Our company culture
A philosophy that empowers people and enriches solutions for a better world.
We believe we can create positive, lasting change in the way our clients work while advancing the global impact of their business solutions for a more optimistic and better world.
We are passionate about building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable workplace where all people can develop and thrive.
Enriched by our “4C’s” – Care, Courage, Curiosity and Collaboration – our culture supports solutions that empower the possible.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
At Aligned Automation diversity, equity and inclusion is at the core of how we do business. We strive to foster a globally diverse workforce that is representative of the clients we serve where everyone feels valued and empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work.
In tandem, we believe that diversity ignites innovation, enabling us to bring forward-thinking and sustainable solutions to our client’s –unlocking value-realization.
Our Culture Values
Our commitment to corporate social responsibility
“Every child deserves equal access to education and opportunity” is the heart behind the impactful organization Comp-U-Dopt. Established in 2007, founder and president Jonathan Osha realized the life cycle of computers in the corporate environment ran under three years. Osha seized the opportunity to have these lightly used tools placed into the hands of young learners who lacked computer access at home, while at the same time intercepting the trip to the landfill that most of these disposed computers took.
Today, Comp-U-Dopt has distributed over 35,000 refurbished computers to young people and serving over 27,400 students thanks to corporate donors. During this time, Comp-U-Dopt has also expanded its offerings to include opportunities for students to build their skills and knowledge through robust technology education experiences. Aligned Automation is proud to partner with Comp-U-Dopt and the work they are doing to change the future of kids through technology access and education.