As Clarus matured it expanded into other markets, including allied health, construction, cosmetology, energy, environmental, physical science, real estate, sports medicine, state and federal regulatory, and more. Small, medium, and large organizations are coming to recognize that automating their core competency is one of the most crucial steps to well-managed organization.
- Small organizations: As startup and small credentialing organizations are growing, Clarus offers a straightforward, simple, one-stop-shop solution to equip their small staff to effectively manage operations with one goal: automate the core competency of the organization – enabling customers to become credentialed. Clarus Lite is often the best option for organizations with 1-10 employees and up to $750,000 to $1M in revenue.
- Mid-level organizations: As credentialing organizations emerge into the mid-level market, Clarus helps segment, automate, measure, and grow credential offerings, candidate pools, and program revenue. Clarus Standard is often the best option for organizations with 10-20 employees and between $1M – $3M in revenue.
- Large organizations: As an organization grows beyond 20 employees, bypassing the $3M revenue mark, leadership realize that an automated system designed exclusively for credential and candidate management (running in tandem with an ASM and/or CRM) makes the most business sense for efficient management, customer satisfaction, and program revenues. For this reason, large organizations take advantage of Clarus Platform, allowing for customizations that are often specific to their size and growth.
More organizations – non-profit and for-profit are turning to Clarus for credentialing industry standards and best practices that are baked-in, and not just bolted on to their homegrown system, or Association Management System (AMS) or Customer Relationship Manager (CRM) system.
Perhaps your organization is ready for an industry-exclusive platform? Continue reading to get informed.