Let’s Work Together Better

It’s important a company stands for something. So here’s our flag in the ground:

Work culture is not foosball tables or happy hours. It’s about shared commitment in solving hard problems. We all have a role in cultivating culture through our words and actions in our collaborations.

Unitonomy is not inventing the wheel here: strategies to cultivate great work cultures that scale are known. Unitonomy’s GetCommit takes the best methods and turns them into communication processes to shape collaboration around efficient and purposeful transfer.

Remote work is presenting new challenges when it comes to fostering connection.

Our philosophy is embedded in our name: Unity + Autonomy = Unitonomy. If the people in an organization find unity through a sense of belonging, bonding, and identity then you will have highly engaged teams. If this same organization also cultivates a high trust culture, through shared accountability along with measured autonomy, then this organization will have a culture that scales as the size of the organization grows.


The problems are universal:

  1. Let’s talk about the culture tax. Disengaged employees cost the U.S. alone about $500 BILLION each year in lost productivity, according to Gallup.
  2. Let’s talk about growing pains. As organizations grow in size, communication becomes a tricky business: too little and risk losing alignment; too much and nothing gets done between the many meetings and messages.
  3. Let’s talk about remote work. Cultivating culture and scaling become exponentially harder when the people are distributed.

The Unitonomy solution provides paths for organizations (big or small) anywhere (centralized or distributed) to generate engagement across rolesteams, and departments. What differentiates Unitonomy is our virtual colleague: instead of needing a manager to manage the system, our virtual colleague IS the manager managing our system for you.

And we know every company is different. That’s why it’s up to your team or organization to decide which processes you want your virtual colleague to manage. The Unitonomy Catalog of Outcomes is where you get to turn on the processes. From there, leave it to the virtual colleague to manage the process inside Slack or Microsoft Teams where it will drive the right communication and collect important information while learning about how people collaborate inside your organization.

You need to try it to appreciate the Unitonomy difference. That’s why you should schedule a demo or simply try GetCommit and OrgVitals for free.