(Seattle, WA, March 29th, 2023) Today Almas Insight announces a strategic partnership with Circa, a leader in providing OFCCP compliance management and talent-acquisition technology solutions to organizations looking to build high-performing, diverse teams. This collaboration will provide Circa’s 5000+ customers with Almas’ proprietary analytics platform aimed at helping companies determine suitable employee and candidate fits, identify high-performers, create employee development plans, and manage workforce attrition. 

Almas Insight delivers an innovative, immersive, game-based product that merges contextual video, situational stimulation, and cognitive tests to swiftly measure workforce human capabilities. Circa is focused on expanding its product and service offerings through significant partnerships as its customers aim to consolidate vendors and depend on more comprehensive solutions—making this partnership a perfect match.

The objective of this alliance is to enhance diversity-focused outcomes for organizations and support federal contractors through Almas’ human capability analytics platform, which employs a game-based approach to evaluate and analyze in-demand human skills and behaviors. Almas Insight will recommend Circa’s SaaS-based technology solutions to its clients, while Circa will grant its customers access to Almas’ ground-breaking methods including their Capabilities Analytics Dashboard and Talent Insights Snapshot.

“We are proud to announce this partnership with Circa, a company that consistently contributes to and advances DEI and talent acquisition in the modern workplace,”  said Rob Savette, CEO and Co-founder of Almas Insight. “At Almas, our goals align with Circa’s, with a strong emphasis on enabling organizations to deepen their understanding of their workforce. We are eager to collaborate with Circa in this emerging sector to provide a powerful, integrated solution that is user-friendly and allows enterprises to experience immediate value.”

Patrick Sheahan, CEO of Circa, expressed similar sentiments: “The partnership between Circa and Almas Insight signifies our profound commitment to assisting organizations in building diverse, high-performance teams and accelerating their success. Expanding our solutions to offer actionable business data on human skills and behavior enables our customers to make informed talent decisions, develop more effective teams, and cultivate more collaborative and inclusive workplaces.”

To ensure mutual success, Circa will introduce Almas Insight’s human capabilities analytics dashboard to its customers and prospects, feature them in marketing campaigns, and collaborate on thought leadership content.

About Almas Insight

Almas Insight offers a cutting-edge approach to integrating objective human-driven data into the hiring and workforce management market. Using an immersive, game-based digital work sample to measure more than a dozen high-demand human capabilities, Almas provides a proprietary analytics platform that can help companies better determine where employees and candidates are a good fit. By identifying high-performance individuals, streamlining reorganization efforts, building more effective professional growth plans, and gaining a greater understanding of workforce attrition, their solution opens a new channel of understanding between employees and employers. Almas is helping to accelerate the business world into a more informed, healthier, equitable, and sustainable future. 

About Circa

Circa is a catalyst for 21st-century companies to build high-performing diverse teams based on research that shows companies want to shift from diversity as a program to diversity as a business strategy. The companies’ robust portfolio of software solutions and unparalleled industry expertise give employers the tools and knowledge they need to radically change how they approach talent acquisition and management. The company was founded in 1994, has 5000+ customers, 15,500 community partner relationships, and in 2022 posted 8M+ jobs through its network of 600+ online employment websites.


Emily Senkosky