Founder(s): Chris Berry (CEO)
CIPHR is a specialist provider of SaaS HR, learning, payroll and recruitment software through its HCM platform, CIPHR Connect. CIPHR’s cloud-based solutions help busy HR teams to streamline their processes across the entire employee lifecycle and spend more time working strategically.
The shift to remote working during the pandemic has meant that more L&D and HR teams have had to adapt to delivering training and development digitally. CIPHR’s award-winning learning management system, CIPHR LMS, makes it easy for organisations to create, deliver and manage engaging online learning activities that support the development of their people. Its intuitive and engaging interface enables users to choose the materials most relevant to them, or complete pre-defined learning journeys, all easily accessible on any device. CIPHR LMS is available either on a standalone basis or integrated with other solutions via the CIPHR Connect platform.
For more complex learning solutions, CIPHR’s sister company Digits (https://www.digits.co.uk) has over 25 years’ experience developing best-in-class learning solutions and designing bespoke, accessible-anywhere learning content for mid and enterprise-size organisations, such as the RAC, The Telegraph, Kingfisher Group (B&Q and Screwfix), Carpetright, KIA UK, Suzuki, and Mazda. Three million courses are completed via the Digits learning platform per year, with 5,500 logins per day. Digits has been recognised by eLearning Industry as a top 20 learning management system for both customer experience and user experience.
CIPHR is a privately held company and headquartered in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. Over 200 employees work across the group, which includes CIPHR, Digits Industries and Payroll Business Solutions (PBS).
More than 600 organisations use CIPHR’s solutions globally across the public, private and non-profit sectors, with customers including Blackpool Pleasure Beach, CitySprint (UK), Claire’s Accessories UK, Healix Management, Lebara, StepChange, The Royal Society of Medicine, The University of Buckingham, Utilita Energy and Willerby.