Prodoscore, the leader in employee visibility and productivity intelligence software, today announced year-end results for the company. In its first full year of revenue and in an exceedingly tough environment, Prodoscore saw significant traction and market adoption, raising two rounds of capital in Q2 and Q4 and building a strong nationwide team.
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“To see a customer that initially deployed Prodoscore for only one department then expand to the whole organization is the biggest compliment. It means we’re doing something right–our customers are quickly seeing the value of productivity intelligence.”
Prodoscore’s technology is essential to the digital transformation taking place throughout the business ecosystem. With the massive shift to a remote workforce due to the pandemic, world-class businesses are now looking ahead to the eventuality of a permanent flexible workweek. The need to streamline the employee experience, while fostering productivity and performance throughout the organization, is paramount to the success of this new working environment.
“Prodoscore is well positioned for incredible growth, as businesses begin to understand the value of productivity intelligence software,” said Sam Naficy, Prodoscore CEO. “The distributed workforce in some form is here to stay, and it’s important for businesses to be able to accurately measure productivity to support both remote and on-site workers’ needs. Using our software, our customers are able to make informed, data-driven decisions to help their employees perform at their highest level. With customer activity and enthusiasm for our platform continuing to gain momentum, we are very excited to build on the successes of 2020.”
Highlights from 2020 include:
- Integrations with numerous tools including Box, Bullhorn, Dialpad, DocuSign, HubSpot, LinkedIn, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Sharepoint, Monday.com, Nutshell, QuickBooks, Monster, and Slack
- The expansion of channel efforts and signed partnership agreements with Access One, Intelisys and Telarus and Dialpad
- The launch of the Prodoscore Research Council
- Media coverage in top-tier outlets including Forbes, CNBC, Tech Republic, TecHR Series, SiliconAngle, Entrepreneur, and Fast Company
- Several key hires, including Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Strategy Officer and VP of Customer Success
- Expansion of existing client relationships
“The most salient point for me when I think about 2020 and Prodoscore is the expansion of the relationship with our existing customers,” said Naficy. “To see a customer that initially deployed Prodoscore for only one department then expand to the whole organization is the biggest compliment. It means we’re doing something right–our customers are quickly seeing the value of productivity intelligence.”
One example is Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting, which discovered Prodoscore when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the organization to focus on creating a remote workforce.
“As leaders, we felt like we needed a way to ensure that our productivity remained at a high level and that our teammates were effectively dealing with their transition to working from home,” said Scott C. Greenblatt, founder and CEO, Veterans Guardian VA Claim Consulting.
“Prodoscore gave us a non-invasive way of monitoring activity and providing critical information without giving the aura of micromanagement,” Greenblatt continued. “We implemented this to our inside sales team of 30 people and quickly discovered that this solution was necessary for our other eight departments and 75 employees. Prodoscore was able to tailor the program to meet our needs and to monitor specific systems and tools we use, and the results have been nothing short of incredible. From development to onboarding to support, the Prodoscore tool and their team have become valuable assets to our company.”