Atiim Pulse OKR

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Elizabeth S Hunker@elizabethhunker · EIR @ vLAB
BIG fan of granular OKR / KPI tracking - I'd love to see you build a google sheets add-on! @AtiimHQ @zorian @_jacksmith
Z-ManMakerHiring@zorian · Founder, Atiim Inc.
@elizabethhunker Hi Elizabeth, thank you for your comment. I think that's a great idea. We can create that and we will put it up as a resource on our Intro OKR Goals page here: https://www.atiim.com/okr-goals-... Interestingly, many of our customers come to us to replace the Excel or PowerPoint since they find that too complex for growing teams (i.e. keeping track of all the moving pieces and alignments and calculations). However, I bet you are asking for a Google Sheets or Excel to just use as an initial rollout template then that is a great idea - thank you for the insight. -Z
Diego Giol@dgiol · Entrepreneurship & Tech
Nice idea and it looks very nice, but if I understood the pricing correctly, it's clearly not targeted at startups. $200/m for the basic features, $600/m for goals management, and $5000/m to get access to the API and integrate with Slack/Jira. I think that rethinking a bit what options are given at each level would help. Some questions I would ask, why are API access and JIRA/Slack integrations only available on the top tier option? Perhaps having some of the features that would be useful for startups: Jira, slack, API access, OKR management, etc, and adding them to the lowest pricing level would help. Asana is very good at this, and even gives it for free to very small teams. As these teams grow, they start paying (as it would be costly to change to a different platform and retrain employees to use it).