OKR Software for Connected Teams

Using objectives and key results (OKRs) helps teams have a clear line of sight toward success. Make OKRs a part of your company culture by keeping everyone working on achieving big goals. Implement OKRs into your workflow with Align’s OKR software to help grow your business.

Strategic Planning tools to establish the right Objectives.

Defining impactful OKRs begins with a clearly articulated, well-communicated strategic vision.  Align gives you tools and a repeatable, step-by-step process to develop a long-term plan first, to make sure you’re executing on the right things.

Use integrations to connect workflows and get real-time data updates.

Align offers integration with productivity tools like Slack, Google Task, Microsoft To Do, Salesforce, and Zapier. These integrations can help you elevate critical communications above daily chatter.  Connect Align to your existing tools to automate workflows for updating Daily Huddles, update tasks, and also your most important company metrics.

Build a Strategic Plan That Identifies the Right Objectives

Complicated strategic plans on unwieldy documents often get set aside and forgotten or worse purposefully ignored due to the high complexity.

Align’s strategy tools simplify planning into one living online document that is available every day to everyone. This removes the time and effort in trying to figure out how to do what is asked and moves that energy into actually doing the tasks at hand.

Carry your plan over to each new time period and build your long-term strategy and vision over time while also creating high-impact goals for your team that help you scale quicker than you could have imagined.

Here’s what they’re saying…

Hagerty Insurance

Align keeps us hyper-focused on our individual and strategic goals.
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McKeel Hagerty

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When I go to Align I can see everything I need to do — from that largest priority I’ve been putting off, to that task I forgot.
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Beth Winkler

We would ignore the priorities set in planning meetings. Align was the missing piece in getting things done.
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Larry Closs