“A Fitbit for Your Business”

What if there was a Fitbit for business, something that tracked progress toward a healthier organization, and it was fun to use? Well, we’ve got it.

At least that’s what There Be Giants, a management consulting firm in the United Kingdom, is calling our goal management software, which we released last week to the UK and other international markets.

The firm sees the value of our software to energize individuals and teams around the things that matter most to an organization. No yoga mat, fancy protein shake or high-intensity workout required.

“We like to describe MyObjectives as a Fitbit for your business – a combination of management best practices, neuroscience and gaming psychology,” There Be Giants wrote in its blog. “When coupled with our innovative approach to planning it helps you build a performance-focused culture.”

Last week we released the MyObjectives 2.0, the latest version of our software. The update includes localized language support in Spanish, German, Italian and UK English, making it available to over 500 million people worldwide who natively speak one of these languages.

The global release improved the player experience, adding better scorecard functionality and more team-to-team and player-to-player interaction that drive engagement. Enhanced real-time dashboards provide leaders a more complete view of progress across the organization.

In other words, a great way to improve the health of your business and have some fun while doing it.

Learn more about our unique approach to goal achievement for teams.

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