5 for $50 Offer
Big Win for Small Biz

Small and medium-sized businesses are the big winners with today’s launch of our “five teams for $50” package that aligns teams to company goals, engages employees, and creates better collaboration across the organization.

“This is a valuable starter kit for business owners who want to leverage the power of employee engagement, and benefit from goal alignment and cross-team collaboration,” said Sean Campbell, Director of Emerging Solutions at Alliance Enterprises. “The MyObjectives app provides a real-time view of what’s happening across the business, putting vital information that informs decision-making at their fingertips wherever whenever.”

The MyObjectives solution leverages the power of “team” pricing versus the non-engaging, per-user charges, reflective of outdated legacy applications. Additional teams can be added for just $25 per month. MyObjectives is risk-free, requiring neither a contract term nor a minimum number of participants.

A recent Gallup study showed only 33% of employees are engaged at work, however, the companies with higher-engaged workforces are more profitable. The MyObjectives goal achievement solution was built from historically successful business management practices, The Balanced Scorecard and Objectives and Key Results (OKRs), as well as modern neuroscience principles. The app adds gamification elements that generate excitement and fun among teams, motivating individuals to help contribute to the company’s success.

“Every business has certain functions, even if they aren’t formal departments – accounting, sales, operations, HR and marketing, for instance,” said MyObjectives Product Manager, Jim Tobin. “With the MyObjectives app, it’s easy for teams to see how they contribute to the greater good of the company and they’re visually rewarded for their efforts in real time, making work more fun and gratifying.”

Read the full press release here.

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