Who is Accountable2You?
We're a close-knit team working together to promote accountability through technology. We realize that being alone on a device can easily lead to making poor choices. Our service promotes open communication through comprehensive reporting on all major operating systems to encourage willing individuals to make better choices with technology.
From small beginnings in 2006, God continues to bless Accountable2You with fantastic customers who enable our rapid, continuous growth. Fast forward to today, and we’re humbled to say that our customers have carried us to become one of the most trusted and widely used accountability service providers in the world.
Where is your office?
We’re located in northern Kentucky, in the historic county seat of Grant county, Williamstown. Alongside fiber Internet, sit/stand desks, and top-notch workstations, we keep our office well-stocked with a hearty variety of free snacks (healthy), treats (totally not healthy), coffee, tea, and other drinks.
Northern Kentucky is nestled in the Ohio River valley and has become well known for beautiful towns, incredible eateries, and as a hub of much of our nation’s birth and history. Our offices sit close to some of Kentucky’s top attractions: About 40 minutes south of beautiful Cincinnati, 7 minutes from Ark Encounter, and less than an hour from the horse capital of the world, Lexington.
What is accountability?
We define accountability as “the quality of taking personal responsibility for your decisions and actions by sharing them with a trusted partner.” As you likely noticed in our online content and website, we’re committed to accountability, and that commitment shows in how we work, design products, and provide support.
That said though, the word “accountability” in today’s culture often comes with a social stigma that enforces accountability as a mechanism of punishment or shame. We’ve made it our goal to change this stigma. In sharp contrast, we see accountability as a gift; a robust and healthy expression of community, fellowship, and a desire to walk openly with others.
Because of this, we don’t view our software as accountability in and of itself, but instead as a powerful tool for maintaining accountability. Our software provides a means by which accountability can thrive, even within our otherwise-invisible digital lives.