MyO goes Mobile!

Big news: We just released MyObjectives to the Apple App Store. This is a huge win for our customers – employees can make updates wherever whenever. Execs and owners get greater visibility into the health of their organization.

Available as a free download, the mobile app is a companion to the web-based subscription software that aligns teams and engages employees with real-time scorecards, and provides executives with a clear view of their organization’s progress.

“Our software is geared to unleash the power of the workforce by aligning teams around organization goals, driving up employee engagement and creating a culture of daily achievement,” said Chris M. Pieper, CEO of Alliance Enterprises. “We’re thrilled that our growing number of MyObjectives users can now make updates wherever they are and whenever they think about it.”

Goal management expert Brett Knowles, who advises executives at well-known brands such as Apple, Boeing, Google and Nike as well as small and medium sized companies, uses MyObjectives to help business leaders execute their strategies.

“These days C-level executives are constantly on the go and require immediate visibility into the progress their organizations, teams and individuals are making,” Knowles said. “We have seen MyObjectives drive up performance, engagement and customer satisfaction, and the mobile capability makes it more available, compelling and addictive.”

Jim Tobin, Product Manager of MyObjectives, says Alliance will continue to enhance the mobile features of MyObjectives. “Mobile represents a big commitment to us,” explains Tobin, “So we’ll be releasing the companion app on additional mobile app stores soon. And we’ll keep adding additional targeted functionality to the app to increase its value to our customers.”

Customers can download the app from the App Store on Apple devices. We’re working to get the app on Android. Stay tuned for that news.

Read the full press release.

 

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