Actual Experience components in place for transition from start-up to scaleup

Actual Experience

Actual Experience plc (LON:ACT), the Digital Workplace Management System (Analytics-as-a-Service) company, announced today its unaudited consolidated interim results for the six months ended 31 March 2022.

Financial Highlights

●    Revenue of £0.82m (H1 FY21: £0.89m)

●    Gross profit of £0.35m (H1 FY21: £0.45m)

●    Operating loss of £2.84m (H1 FY21: £2.19m)

●    Loss per share of 4.97p (H1 FY21: loss per share of 4.29p)

●    Cash and cash equivalents at 31 March 2022 of £5.37m (30 September 2021: £8.22m)

Operational Highlights

●     Direct sales team has increased focus on direct customer engagement

●     Appointments of Chief Product Officer and Chief Revenue Officer have strengthened executive team

●     New Digital Workplace Management System (DWMS) portal, soft launched following consultations with existing customers

●     New go-to-market strategy developed to speed up the conversion of pipeline to customers

Current trading and outlook

●    Components in place for transition from a start-up to a scaleup

●    Sales activity focus on selling the enhanced product offering

●  Pipeline of new business prospects building steadily, with focus on converting these opportunities into recurring revenue streams

●    Lower cost base expected in the second half of the year

Dave Page, CEO of Actual Experience plc, said: “Actual Experience now has the components in place for transitioning from being a start-up to a scaleup business. With the new DWMS portal, which harnesses our unique Human Experience (HX) insights, we have a better defined product that has been well received by actual and prospective customers. With this improved product development, we are working to scaleup the business by focusing on direct sales and marketing efforts to convert our pipeline of global blue-chip opportunities into revenue generating long term customers.

Whilst the current macro environment has accelerated the need for our product offering, as enterprises embrace new and hybrid ways of working, we have also been impacted by the lengthening of procurement processes at these large businesses. We remain confident that the second half of the year will see improved momentum as our product and sales investments bear fruit.”

Kirsten English, Chair of Actual Experience plc, said: “Our primary focus is to generate more sales. To this end we have recently invested in a direct sales force, invested in marketing, hired a Chief Product Officer and a Chief Revenue Officer to bring onboard further business. Our new portal provides clear ‘quant driven’ answers to the questions that the ‘C’ suite and Board in corporations are asking about the hybrid workplace; how much time is our company wasting due to the inefficiency of digital tools and how do we fix this? How does digital inefficiency impact the wellbeing of our people? Where are our people working from and what does this mean in terms of our real estate outlook? Actual Experience’s analytics service pinpoints precisely where companies can invest to make the greatest positive impact on employee efficiency and wellbeing and critically we can also measure the resultant return on that investment.”


The start of the financial year for Actual Experience saw two new contract wins which were announced in November 2021. Both contracts were for Business Impact Assessments (BIA) and provided clear validation of the quality and relevance of the Company’s technology offering. The first of these new contract wins was with a Channel Partner to use across its own organisation, assisting in its new hybrid working policy, as well as providing a powerful reference as it sells to its own customers. The second contract was with a leading global food and beverages business. These two contract wins were the third and fourth awarded to the business since its pivot to the professional services model.

Having been awarded these two new BIA wins, the Company is now working to convert them to Continuous Improvement (CI) contracts, as part of our ‘land and expand’ strategy, as we have been doing with all our new customers. Since November of last year, significant progress has been made in converting these customers to CI contracts. However, the sales team has been finding that in the current climate of macroeconomic and geopolitical uncertainty, the procurement processes for the larger multinational enterprises we are selling into has been lengthened.

Despite the increasing length of time it is taking to convert these contracts into orders, the board is encouraged by the potential within the pipeline.

As part of our preparedness for transition from start-up to scaleup, we have recently significantly bolstered our executive team with two experienced hires to help drive growth.

Firstly, we recruited Scarlet Jeffers as Chief Product Officer to lead the development of our new product offering and to be responsible for driving a deep understanding of the needs of our customers and the wider market into our development roadmap. Scarlet’s work has directly led to the development of a new portal, greatly improving the user experience for our customers and delivering a better overall product-market fit. With the newly defined product scheduled for launch in the coming months, we will be able to fully implement our new go-to-market strategy.

Secondly, we appointed Roy Jugessur as Chief Revenue Officer. This role will strengthen our customer engagement, sales, and marketing functions as we build out our pipeline of new business opportunities.

As previously announced, a long-standing contract via a Channel Partner (based on our legacy offering) has not been renewed due to a change in customer strategy. This contract delivered revenues of £1.2m in FY2021 and £0.4m in the current fiscal year.

Board Changes

As previewed in our announcement in September 2021, Kirsten English was appointed as Chair, with effect from the date of the AGM in March this year. Kirsten has extensive experience relevant to our business, particularly in this growth phase as we transition from start-up to scaleup. In the first months of her tenure, Kirsten has been actively engaging with the Company’s largest shareholders, to ensure an open and collaborative dialogue.


As business emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, we are seeing a growing number of examples, especially in larger global blue-chip companies, where management is embracing the concept of new ways of working, in recognition and that a hybrid working environment can be more cost efficient for their businesses, as well as increasing productivity and well-being for their staff. This move to a new way of working directly benefits Actual Experience, as a customer might effectively go from having 100 offices to 100,000 home offices, with a commensurate reduction in the visibility and control of the workplace.

Our DWMS and our unique Human Experience analysis gives our customers greatly improved insight into the impact that the digital workplace is having on employee and business efficiency. This service is crucial for many businesses grappling with a drastic change from the traditional five-day office week. Not only does our technology allow customers to be more focussed in terms of targeting capital expenditure and reducing operational costs to maximise efficiency and productivity, our product also facilitates a greater level of employee engagement, playing a part in ensuring that separation and physical distance between employees does not lead to a fractured working environment. By coupling business impact insights with highly actionable technology data, we can support our customers in creating a sustainable future of work in their business.


Having previously completed our pivot to our new Analytics-as-a-Service offering, we are now ready to scaleup our business by focussing on direct engagement with our prospective and existing customers to ensure we are delivering the best value to customers that we can with our technology.

We continue to develop our direct sales capability, with our new Chief Revenue Officer, Roy Jugessur in place to strengthen our sales function, and with further product enhancements;

●     Greater automation of our reporting to reduce the resource required to deliver to individual customers each time, this will enable us to scale effectively and quickly as the pipeline closes.

●     Scalability of our service clouds so that we can cost-effectively handle the demands of the world’s largest enterprises as we enter an aggressive growth phase.

Product development

Chief Product Officer Scarlet Jeffers has been leading the development of our new DWMS offering and is responsible for driving into our work a deep understanding of the needs of our customers and the wider market into our work. In developing the new portal, Scarlet and her team have been engaging directly with our prospective and existing customers to understand more clearly their wants and needs. We are:

●     Soft-launching an engaging, intuitive customer portal to show the business value of our insights with greater impact. This will allow us to optimise margins and also pave the way for building resonance in the market as we become recognisable in our niche

●     Increasing the capability of our measurement software to capture non-invasive diagnostics about home worker internet setups and provide the level of granularity that large enterprise organisations need in order to make hybrid working truly sustainable

●     Using a refreshed Human Experience Score to give a more intuitive understanding in the market and to be reflective of the experience of home workers by accounting for variability in the digital workplace

●     Putting heavy focus on doing more with our data, finding ways to provide deeper insights and working to understand how we can interface with other sources of information for our customers in the future

Sales & Marketing

In the period, Actual Experience took several positive steps to improve its sales function, with further investment in the direct sales team.  Our direct sales team has focussed on increasing the level of direct customer engagement, which promises to assist in converting pipeline prospects into paying customers.

We have focussed our marketing activity on various means of testing and evaluation of messaging and positioning to people leaders (CHROs) and finance leaders (CFOs). This has included participation in conferences, round tables, podcast style interviews, blogs and other forums, particularly in the HR space, that has helped to improve the positioning and value of our product.


Actual Experience is now well prepared to scaleup its operations. Market conditions remain encouraging for our business, as our technology offering directly supports the needs of many large blue-chip companies that are increasingly looking to embrace new hybrid ways of working. It is becoming ever clearer that ‘new ways of working’ are here to stay and are no longer directly a temporary response to the impact of Covid-19.

With the newly refined portal and increased customer engagement, the Company is now at a stage where further development of the product is not the key priority. Instead, we are transitioning to a scaleup business by focussing on our direct sales and marketing functions to ensure we maximise the breadth and depth of businesses that can feed into our active pipeline of prospects.

The increasing length of procurement processes at large, global blue-chip companies has proven a challenge.  However, the Board expects that the second half of 2022 will see increased momentum as the benefits of our improved product offering and sales functions lead to new ‘wins’.


Consolidated Income Statement

Total revenue for the six months to 31 March 2022 was £824,706, a decrease on the prior year of 7.3% (H1 FY21: £889,467). This decrease reflects the previously announced cancellation of a longstanding contract that relied on our legacy product offering, partly offset by new DWMS revenues. The Company maintained its focus on developing a direct sales capability during the period, while continuing to work with its partners on indirect sales opportunities. Revenues from Channel Partners in the period account for 96.4% of sales (H1 FY21: 97.9%).

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A gross profit of £354,386 was achieved in the period, compared to the gross profit of £446,902 in the corresponding period in 2021. The gross margin for the six months was 43.0%, representing a decrease from the prior period (H1 FY20: 50.2%). This decrease in gross margin reflects the impact of fixed costs on a lower revenue period and investment made in cloud infrastructure to support new DWMS revenue opportunities.

Administrative costs amounted to £3,194,804, compared to £2,632,341 in the six months to 31 March 2021. This increase primarily arose from the investment in sales and marketing activities in the period

The functional cost breakdown is as follows:

Six months ended31 March2022Six months ended31 March2021Yearended30 September2021
Sales and marketing971,671564,1871,548,040
Research and development1,000,7141,018,3162,131,682
Impairment to previously capitalised spend820,110
Operational support580,263489,3351,008,287
Finance and administration634,331535,7801,209,945
Foreign exchange losses7,82524,7233,850

It is anticipated that administrative costs will be lower in the in the second half of the year, due primarily to a combination of lower employee headcount and reduced marketing expenditure and will continue to be kept under review.

As disclosed in the notes to the Company’s 2021 Financial Statements, and in accordance with the requirements of IAS 38, qualifying development expenditure is capitalised and amortised over the estimated useful life of the developed assets.  Total expenditure on research and development in the six months to 31 March 2022, prior to IAS 38 adjustments, was £976,956 (H1 FY21: £861,558).

The Group recorded an operating loss in the period of £2,840,418 (H1 FY21: loss of £2,185,439) and a loss per share of 4.97p (H1 FY21: loss per share of 4.29p). A summary of the Group’s results is set out below

Six months ended31 March2022Six months ended31 March2021Yearended30 September2021
Gross profit354,386446,902833,209
Operating loss(2,840,418)(2,185,439)(5,888,705)
Loss for the period/year(2,849,540)(2,150,074)(5,847,195)

Balance sheet

The Group has a debt free balance sheet.  Cash and cash equivalents decreased during the period, from £8,216,198 at 30 September 2021 to £5,373,451 at 31 March 2022, in line with expectations. This decrease arose from operating losses in the period.

Free cash flow for the period was £(2,796,982) (H1 FY21: £(2,056,338)). This increase reflects the higher operating loss; as noted above, this primarily arose from an increase in Sales and Marketing expenses. Free cash flow is defined as net cash flows used in operating activities, plus development of intangible assets, plus purchase of property, plant and equipment.

Trade and other receivables of £393,161 at 31 March 2022 (31 March 2021: £986,669) comprise trade debtors of £30,451, prepayments of £235,910 and other debtors of £126,800.

Cash flow statement

The movement in cash and cash equivalents during the period was:

Six monthsSix monthsYear
31 March31 March30 September
Net cash used in operating activities(2,375,900)(1,661,947)(3,145,093)
Net cash used in investing activities(418,108)(394,088)(713,511)
Net cash generated from/(used in) financing activities(50,007)9,372,6169,324,707
Effect of exchange rate fluctuations1,268(6,077)(4,179)
Movement during the period/year(2,842,747)7,310,5045,461,924

Going concern

As described in Note 2, Basis of Preparation, the amounts and timing of future revenues remain uncertain. If the Group is unable to secure an appropriate combination of new revenue contracts, cost reductions, and/or further funding, then it may not have sufficient resources to meet its liquidity requirements for the foreseeable future. Accordingly, material uncertainty exists which may cast significant doubt about its ability to continue as a going concern.

Actual Experience plc

Consolidated income statement and statement of comprehensive income

For the six months ended 31 March 2022

Six monthsSix monthsYear
31 March31 March30 September
Cost of sales(470,320)(442,565)(907,998)
Gross profit354,386446,902833,209
Administrative expenses(3,194,804)(2,632,341)(6,721,914)
Operating loss(2,840,418)(2,185,439)(5,888,705)
Finance income2,9743032,734
Finance expense(12,096)(14,010)(27,285)
Finance expense – net(9,122)(13,707)(24,551)
Loss before tax(2,849,540)(2,199,146)(5,913,256)
Loss for the period/year(2,849,540)(2,150,074)(5,847,195)
Other comprehensive income: 
Items that are or may be reclassified to profit or loss: 
Foreign currency difference on translation of overseas operations5,521(18,283)(19,314)
Total comprehensive loss for the period/year(2,844,019)(2,168,357)(5,866,509)
Loss per ordinary share 
Basic and diluted(4.97)p(4.29)p(10.84)p

Actual Experience plc

Consolidated statement of financial position

As at 31 March 2022

At 31 MarchAt 31 MarchAt 30 September
Non-current assets 
Property, plant and equipment47,63429,42348,879
Right-of-use assets614,918726,710670,814
Intangible assets873,4411,816,023897,199
Total non-current assets1,535,9932,572,1561,616,892
Current assets 
Trade and other receivables393,161986,669584,819
Income tax receivable44,103342,33144,103
Cash and cash equivalents5,373,45110,064,7788,216,198
Total current assets5,810,71511,393,7788,845,120
Total assets7,346,70813,965,93410,462,012
Non-current liabilities 
Deferred tax(8,826)(4,770)(8,901)
Lease liabilities(545,691)(662,915)(604,894)
Total non-current liabilities(554,517)(667,685)(613,795)
Current liabilities 
Trade and other payables(700,957)(705,518)(897,041)
Lease liabilities(117,224)(113,259)(115,246)
Total current liabilities(818,181)(818,777)(1,012,281)
Total liabilities(1,372,698)(1,486,462)(1,626,076)
Net assets5,974,01012,479,4728,835,936
Share capital114,681114,388114,538
Share premium44,231,62044,191,19644,212,455
Accumulated losses(38,372,291)(31,826,112)(35,491,057)
Total equity5,974,01012,479,4728,835,936

Actual Experience plc

Consolidated statement of changes in equity

For the six months ended 31 March 2022

Share capital£Sharepremium£Accumulatedlosses£Totalequity£
As at 30 September 202095,28434,768,349(29,666,862)5,196,771
Loss for the period(2,150,074)(2,150,074)
Other comprehensive income for the period(18,283)(18,283)
Total comprehensive loss for the period(2,168,357)(2,168,357)
Issue of shares19,1049,422,8479,441,951
Share-based payment credit(9,107)(9,107)
As at 31 March 2021114,38844,191,196(31,826,112)12,479,472
As at 30 September 202095,28434,768,349(29,666,862)5,196,771
Loss for the year(5,847,195)(5,847,195)
Other comprehensive income for the year(19,314)(19,314)
Total comprehensive loss for the year(5,866,509)(5,866,509)
Issue of shares19,2549,444,1069,463,360
Share-based payment expense42,31442,314
At 30 September 2021114,53844,212,455(35,491,057)8,835,936
As at 1 October 2021114,53844,212,455(35,491,057)8,835,936
 Loss for the period – – (2,849,540) (2,849,540)
Other comprehensive income for the period5,5215,521
Total comprehensive loss for the period(2,844,019)(2,844,019)
Issue of shares14319,16519,308
Share-based payment credit(37,215)(37,215)
At 31 March 2022114,68144,231,620(38,372,291)5,974,010

Actual Experience plc

Consolidated statement of cash flows

for the six months ended 31 March 2022

Six monthsSix monthsYear
31 March31 March30 September
Cash flows from operating activities
Loss before tax(2,849,540)(2,199,146)(5,913,256)
Adjustment for non-cash items: 
Depreciation of property, plant and equipment14,19332,51948,413
Depreciation of right-of-use assets55,89655,896111,792
Amortisation of intangible assets431,911548,202933,780
Impairment of intangible assets820,110
Loss/(profit) on disposal of property, plant and equipment17(359)
Non-cash employee benefit expense – Share-based payments (37,215) 9,107 42,314
Finance income – net9,12213,70724,551
Operating cash outflow before changes in working capital(2,375,616)(1,539,715)(3,932,655)
Movement in trade and other receivables198,996(311,968)94,827
Movement in trade and other payables(199,205)189,754373,405
Cash outflow from operations(2,375,825)(1,661,929)(3,464,423)
Income tax received(75)(18)319,330
Net cash flows used in operating activities(2,375,900)(1,661,947)(3,145,093)
Cash flow from investing activities 
Development of intangible assets(408,153)(391,444)(678,308)
Purchase of property, plant and equipment(12,929)(2,947)(38,300)
Proceeds from sale of property, plant and equipment363
Finance income2,9743032,734
Net cash outflow from investing activities(418,108)(394,088)(713,511)
Cash flow from financing activities 
Proceeds from issue of share capital, net of costs19,3089,441,9519,463,360
Principal element of lease payments(69,315)(69,315)(138,630)
Inflow/outflow to Employee Benefit Trust(20)(23)
Net cash (outflow)/inflow from financing activities(50,007)9,372,6169,324,707
(Decrease)/increase in cash and cash equivalents(2,844,015)7,316,5815,466,103
Effect of exchange rate fluctuations on cash held1,268(6,077)(4,179)
Cash and cash equivalents at start of year / period8,216,1982,754,2742,754,274
Cash and cash equivalents at end of year / period5,373,45110,064,7788,216,198

Notes to the consolidated interim report

For the six months ended 31 March 2022

1          General information

Actual Experience plc (the “Company”) is a public limited company domiciled in the UK and incorporated in England and Wales (registered number 06838738) and its registered office is Quay House, The Ambury, Bath, BA1 1UA.

The principal activity of Actual Experience plc (“the Company”) and its subsidiary company Actual Experience Inc (together “Actual Experience” or “the Group”) is the provision of digital experience quality analytics services and associated consultancy services. 

The interim condensed consolidated financial information approved for issue on 23 May 2022.

2          Basis of preparation

This unaudited interim condensed consolidated financial information has been prepared under the historical cost convention and in accordance with AIM Rules for Companies. The interim condensed consolidated financial information has been prepared on a going concern basis and is presented in Sterling to the nearest £1.

‘On 31 December 2020, IFRS as adopted by the European Union at that date was brought into UK law and became UK-adopted International Accounting Standards, with future changes being subject to endorsement by the UK Endorsement Board. Actual Experience transitioned to UK-adopted International Accounting Standards in its consolidated financial statements on 1 October 2021. This change constitutes a change in accounting framework. However, there is no impact on recognition, measurement or disclosure in the period reported as a result of the change in framework. This interim condensed consolidated financial information for the six months ended 31 March 2022 has been prepared in accordance with the UK-adopted International Accounting Standards.

The interim financial information does not include all of the notes of the type normally included in an annual financial report. Accordingly, this report is to be read in conjunction with the annual report for the year ended 30 September 2021, which has been prepared in accordance with “International Accounting Standards in conformity with the requirements of the Companies Act 2006”, and any public announcements made by Actual Experience during the interim reporting period. The accounting policies adopted are consistent with those of the previous financial year and corresponding interim reporting period.

The interim condensed consolidated financial information for the six months ended 31 March 2022 and for the six months ended 31 March 2021 do not constitute statutory accounts as defined in Section 434 of the Companies Act 2006 and are unaudited. The financial information for the six months ended 31 March 2022 presents financial information for the consolidated group, including the financial results of the Company’s wholly owned US subsidiary, Actual Experience Inc. Comparative figures in the Interim Report for the year ending 30 September 2021 have been taken from the Group’s audited financial statements. Those accounts have been reported on by the Company’s auditors and delivered to the Registrar of Companies. The report of the auditors was (i) unqualified, although included an emphasis of matter in respect of material uncertainty around going concern and (ii) did not contain a statement under section 498(2) or (3) of the Companies Act 2006.

Going concern
As in previous years, the Group and Company have continued to utilise their cash resources to fund losses while the sales pipeline is being further developed. The cash balance as at 31 March 2022 was £5.4m, which will provide the Group and Company with sufficient resources to meet their liquidity requirements at least until 30 September 2023, based on the Group’s latest budgeted sales and cost projections. The Directors have also prepared a severe, but plausible downside scenario, based on significantly more pessimistic sales forecasts, with corresponding reductions in controllable costs. In this scenario also, the Group and Company will continue to meet their liquidity requirements over the period.

The amounts and timing of future revenues in the Group’s budgets remain uncertain. The Group is experiencing an encouraging level of interest in its services and it is in active discussions with its Channel Partners and several large potential end-customers. The discussions are well progressed and are expected to result in additional revenue for the Group. However, at present a substantial proportion of the forecast revenue remains uncommitted and if the Group and Company are unable to secure an appropriate combination of new revenue contracts, cost reductions, and/or further funding, then the Group and Company may not have sufficient resources to meet their liquidity requirements over the foreseeable future. Accordingly, a material uncertainty exists which may cast significant doubt about the Group’s and the Company’s ability to continue as going concerns. Nevertheless, after making appropriate enquiries and considering the assumptions and uncertainties described above, the Directors have a reasonable expectation that the Group and Company will have adequate resources to continue operating at least until 30 September 2023. Therefore, the Directors continue to adopt the going concern basis in preparing the interim condensed consolidated financial information and does not include any of the adjustments that would be required if the Group or Company were unable to continue as going concerns.

3          Segmental reporting

The Directors consider that there is one identifiable business segment that is engaged in providing individual products or services or a group of related products and services that comprise the core business.

The information reported to the Chief Executive Officer, who is considered to be the Chief Operating Decision Maker (“CODM”), for the purposes of resource allocation and assessment of performance is based wholly on the overall activities of the Group.  Due to the current size and activities of the Group there is a high degree of centralisation of activities. The Directors therefore consider that there is one operating, and hence one reportable, segment for the purposes of presenting information under IFRS 8; that of “Digital experience quality analytics services and associated consultancy services”. There are no differences between the segment results and the condensed statement of comprehensive income. The assets and liabilities information presented to the CODM is consistent with the Statement of Financial Position.  All of the Group’s assets and operations are located in the UK and the USA.

4          Tax

Tax on loss on ordinary activities

Six monthsSix monthsYear
31 March31 March30 September
Current tax: 
UK Corporation tax on losses of the period/year(46,781)(63,705)
Overseas taxes7518(4,178)
Deferred tax: 
Origination and reversal of timing differences(75)(2,309)1,822
Total tax credit(49,072)(66,061)

5          Loss per share

The calculation of basic and diluted loss per share for the six months to 31 March 2022 was based upon the loss attributable to ordinary shareholders of £2,849,540 (six months to 31 March 2021: £2,150,074, year ended 30 September 2021: £5,847,195) and a weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue of 57,294,806 (six months to 31 March 2021: 50,058,854, year ended 30 September 2021: 53,911,253), calculated as follows:

Weighted average number of ordinary shares

Six monthsSix monthsYear
31 March31 March30 September
Issued ordinary shares at start of period/year57,269,32147,642,12447,642,124
Effect of shares issued25,4852,416,7306,269,129
Weighted average number of shares at end of period/year57,294,80650,058,85453,911,253

Due to the losses incurred there is no dilutive effect from the issue of share options.

6          Related party transactions

There were no transactions entered into with related parties during the period. No amounts were outstanding to or from the related parties at 31 March 2022.

During each financial period, the Company entered into numerous transactions with its subsidiary company, which net off on consolidation; these have not been shown above.

7.   Availability of Interim Report

Electronic copies of this Interim Report will be available on the Company’s website at

Actual Experience’s goal is to make the digital world work for everyone, everywhere, all of the time. As the working world evolves post-pandemic, the global shift to a flexible hybrid model has brought with it a significant challenge; how do businesses create an environment that gives their people what they need to thrive, whilst protecting the commercial efficiency of the business and driving growth at the same time?

By underpinning their strategic decision making with our data-driven insights, our customers gain the clarity and confidence needed to build sustainable digital ecosystems within their organisations – delivering both a great employee experience and increasing the efficiency of the digital workplace. Powered by over 10 years of academic Human Experience research, our Digital Workplace Management System doesn’t need any interaction with employees to provide a unique and highly actionable dataset that People, Technology and Finance leaders can rely upon to plan impactful projects against their most critical agenda items including wellbeing, profitability, DE&I and ESG initiatives. 

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