Be read. Get ahead.
Credosity is a powerful enterprise writing tool
for Microsoft Word & Outlook.
Bad writing kills productivity
Credosity makes important enterprise writing
clear, concise and easy to action.
81% of professionals
say that poorly written material wastes their time
More time leading your team.
Less time rewriting their work.
Readable, engaging documents.
A simple and easy-to-follow tool that suggests effective changes. I have a couple of major docs to write in the next couple of weeks (no rest here)—looking forward to using Credosity.National HR Manager
There’s something compelling about Credosity, particularly in the corporate market. The tool improves my writing and in turn, my ability to communicate.Director of Strategy, Marketing & Communications
The strength of Credosity is just-in-time, consistent, desktop feedbackHead of L&D, Oceania
as writers proofread and edit their work.
Love it. Supports the 70/20/10 learning approach.Change Manager
Peer review will be faster.
It helps me structure my thoughts and simplify my writing.Strategy Director
Credosity in the hands of many employees in larger companies
could deliver significant benefits.
Love it. Easy to install and intuitive. It definitely helped me fine-tune some of the pieces I was working on and made them easier to read!Communications Advisor, Bank Strategy & Corporate Affairs
I used to ask colleagues to check my important documents and emails before I sent them. But Credosity saves me having to do that. It has empowered me.IT Enterprise Architect, Major Bank
The simplicity, ease and results achieved when using Credosity are substantial.Content Coordinator, Data#3
Credosity is addictive and useful. It doesn’t just fix your writing; it also teaches you, making you a better writer. And by giving your work an overall score, you have an incentive to improve it every time!ACT Manager - Project Management, APP
I am a writer—mostly corporate writing, but I've also written a book. Credosity is amazing. It has really helped me create winning documents.Corporate writer
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Why enterprises ♥ Credosity
Measure it. Manage it.
Credosity’s unique ‘Cred score’ makes a subjective topic (writing) objective. This lets leaders manage it, and motivates writers to boost it.
Insist your people hit a minimum ‘Cred score’ of 90% before important work is sent for review, or to clients.
Tracking changes in the Cred score – Cred ‘boosts’ – lets you see your team’s writing improve over time.
Productivity, not just paragraphs
Simple traffic-light dials give you a dashboard view of your problems so you can prioritise what to fix.
And focusing on just one aspect at a time (e.g. passive voice) avoids inefficient ‘task switching’, getting you into ‘flow’ faster.
Get to the point
Goodbye long-windedness! Highlight your main point, and Credosity tells you if it’s early enough in your message.
Dodge common ‘blind spots’
Find yawn-inducing long sentences and paragraphs so you can cut them down to size.
Catch over 500 non-plain-English phrases and replace them with simpler alternatives.
Your most overlooked competitive advantage: WRITING
of business transactions
involve writing to clients
of employees say bad writing
hurts their productivity
of business writing is
unclear, confusing and verbose
Avoid the huge cost of poor communication
FedEx saved $400,000 per year by rewriting operations manuals to make finding information 80% faster.
‘… a history of miscommunication’ was one of the root causes of the 1986 Challenger disaster.
The world’s biggest project-management association, PMI, found poor communication kills half of all failed projects.
An oil company spent hundreds of thousands of dollars developing a new pesticide. Then they realised one of their techs had worked it out five years earlier. But his report was written so badly no-one finished readi
The U.S. Navy found it could save $27 to $37 million a year in officer time with more readable business memos. Officers read the revised memos in 17 to 27% less time.
Computer manufacturer Coleco lost $35 million in a single quarter – and eventually went bust – when customers bought its new Adam computer, couldn’t follow the instruction manuals, and returned their computers.