Datactics achieves Diversity Mark Award for Diversity and Inclusion
Datactics has been awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation for their efforts in championing Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DEI) in the workplace.
Diversity Mark, established by Women in Business NI, helps businesses across the UK and Ireland build more diverse and inclusive workplaces, through accreditation, insights, best practice and peer support. Evaluated by an independent assessment panel, Datactics has achieved Bronze Award, which marks the beginning of the organisation’s journey in advancing diversity and inclusion.
Datactics Head of People, Elspeth Flenley, said: “Achieving this award hot on the heels of International Women’s Day feels befitting. We have long championed the role of women in the workplace, especially in technology companies, and securing this award demonstrates our longstanding commitment to a diverse workforce. It marks the start of a continual process of action and review and provides us with a solid framework to demonstrate progress against our DEI ambitions at Datactics.”
Recognising Datactics’ ambitions, Nuala Murphy, Director at Diversity Mark said:
“We are delighted that Datactics has been awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation for its commitment to advancing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. Our independent assessment panel applauded Datactics’ forward thinking attitude in relation to culture within the organisation. Huge congratulations to all the team on this robust achievement.”
Datactics is an award-winning, Belfast-based tech company with a team of over 70. Datactics provides AI-augmented data quality and matching software to a growing number of international clients across industries.
Datactics received Investors in People Gold accreditation in March 2022, having leapt from Bronze. Twelve months later, they secured additional recognition in the Diversity Mark Bronze Award.
Diversity Mark is the only accreditation where award applications and annual reports are assessed independently by assessors. Their assessment process is highly robust and, as such, is held in high regard as a mark of progress for DEI.