MyObjectives Update:
Release 3.0

 

With the 3.0 release of MyObjectives Alliance Enterprises is proud to announce the most exciting and significant changes to MyObjectives since its inception. The first change users will notice is the completely new interface, the product of a ground-up modernization of both the framework and the UI of the software. The result of this change is a cleaner, faster, and more responsive experience. Those using assistive technologies will appreciate the increased contrast and accommodations for screen readers.

 

The biggest addition to the 3.0 product is the new MyObjectives Academy. This new learning management system (accessed from the “training” tab on the menu bar) offers a fully-featured, video-based curriculum to assist users in learning how to use MyObjectives at no charge. The Academy features four searchable courses that teach users the concepts of MyObjectives, and not forgetting our friends requiring assistive technologies, we have included read-along text and closed-captions.

 

What we’re most excited about is the change to the pricing structure. With the introduction of the 3.0 product we are also introducing the first FREE version of MyObjectives. All users who sign up for MyObjectives are now allowed access to the original software’s methodology and feature set (but in the new UI) at no charge. This is the same, fully-functional MyObjectives software that launched Alliance Enterprises into the Inc. 5000 – now available to all for free. No demos. No trials. Permanently free.

 

We’ve added additional features in what we call the “Plus!” subscription, which all users can try free for 30 days. If you like the additional features, paid subscriptions are now available at a discounted rate to what the 2.0 product would have cost your organization. The more users you include, the greater your return and thus the greater value to your organization (for example, in the new 3.0 pricing model you would see 5x the users for 2x the price over the 2.0 product).

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