November 2, 2019

120 qualification forms later, our learnings

Tim @MisterHat

Thanks to Achieved qualification form, we now have a clear view on how is interested in Achieved and what they are looking for. As we want to cultivate transparency, here are some of the data we've collected thanks to more than 120 answers:

  • Department: General Management (30%), Engineering (20%), Product and Design (20%)

  • Company size: 1-100 persons

  • Team size: 1-20 persons

  • Implementation scope: Looking for a tool at team (40%) and company level (30%)

  • Geography: Europe (45%) & North America (20%)

  • Framework used: SCRUM (60%) & ORK (40%)

  • Importance of remote working: A priority (50%) and/or mostly encouraged

  • Team members working remote: 75% have a least 1 remote team member

  • Main reason to test Achieved: daily tracking & OKR tracking.

As Achieved isn't (yet) developed to properly support the OKR use case, it obviously conducts to a massive churn. However we found this to be a major opportunity to pivot our tool and boost our sales.

In order to better grasp the OKR product landscape, we've decided to run an OKR software barometer. The goals of the survey are the following:

Better understand the profile of companies using OKR
Identify the product usage trends and satisfaction level with the current product landscape
Identify market solution gap for Achieved
Identify pricing elasticity
Collect enough information to draft Achieved value proposition
Help people in search of a software to support their use of OKR with an honest view of the current application landscape.
So... If you're using the OKR framework and are planning to, it would be awesome if you could take 5 minutes to complete our survey.

As we already did with our qualification form, we'll share publicly the result of our barometer on our blog. :)

You can fill the form via this link:

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