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Type Private
Founded 2018
FounderBastin Gerald
Headquarters Fremont, California, United States
Key peopleBastin Gerald
IndustryOKR software
Reference [1] logo is an American software company that offers OKR (objectives and key results) software.[2][3]'s software helps companies with metric-drive approaches to management.[4] It is a platform using OKR metholodogy with over 300 metrics, and has received 5-star reviews from Capterra,[5] SaaSworthy,[6] Software Advice,[7] and other sites.[8]

History was founded on November 1, 2018 by Bastin Gerald, and is headquartered in Fremont, California, United States.[9]

OKR was originally developed by Andy Grover for use at Intel, and consists of two main components, mainly (1) objectives and (2) key results. Bastin Gerald and his team at have used these key principles to develop their own OKR software, which since been used been used by many leading businesses around the world.[10]

On February 20, 2019, C-Suite Network announced a partnership with[11]

Product uses's software products can be used for various purposes, including:[12]


As of February 2020, offers affordable pricing plans:[13]

  • Startup: free, 1 user
  • Growth: $7/month per user (billed annually); $9/month per user (billed monthly)
  • Enterprise: custom


Some of's clients include:[14]

  • PipeCandy
  • Gaea
  • Optron
  • Comnet Solutions
  • Yondr
  • IntellectFaces
  • BabyBless
  • Zeemart
  • Gilisium

Integrations can be integrated with various platforms, including the following:[14][15][16][17][18]

  • Microsoft
  • Office 365
  • Slack[19]
  • Google
  • Azure
  • Jira
  • Zapier[20]
  • StoryChief[21]

Media has been featured in major online news sites such as MarketWatch.[22] Other online media articles about ORK that feature include:

Selected awards

In 2019, was named as a Top Performance Management Solution Provider by HRTECH Outlook.[23]


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