Got Mobile Coverage?
Yep, 98% of It.

More big news: Earlier this year we launched MyObjectives to the Apple App Store, allowing MyObjectives users to make updates wherever, whenever. Now we’ve stepped up our mobile offering for our Android subscribers by launching MyObjectives to the Google Play Store. Reaching an additional 65% of the Smartphone market? We’d call that a smart move for SMART objectives.

Available as a free download, the mobile app is a companion to the web-based subscription software that aligns and engages teams with real-time scorecards, and provides executives a clear view of their organization’s progress. The tool, built for small- and medium-sized organizations, is designed to measurably improve performance at any stage of business growth.

“With this release we’re now making MyObjectives, and its real-time reporting capability, accessible to subscribers whenever and wherever they need it,” said Jim Tobin, Product Manager of MyObjectives.

We recently announced a 5 teams for $50 premium subscription model, which makes the app more affordable, and now with mobility covered, more accessible, for small business owners.

Download the app from the Google Play Store on Android devices.

Download the app from the App Store on iOS devices.

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