Founded in 2014, Impraise may be something of a newbie in the performance management game, but its unique approach to feedback has made it a popular option for companies around the world. In addition to more standard features of performance management software, such as goal management and performance analytics, Impraise offers a myriad of feedback options that give you true control over how you manage and develop your team.
Based in Amsterdam, the company has made people-enabled performance management a priority from the get-go, with helpful features that give your employees the power to learn and develop throughout their careers.
Wide range of feedback options for managers and employees
Intuitive Platform that won't require much guidance
Mobile App lacks certain key functionality
- Established: 2013
- HQ: San Francisco, CA, US
- Very easy to use, even for beginners
- Great third party integrations
- Customizable pricing model for your business
What is Impraise?
Impraise is intuitive performance management software that focuses on providing in-depth feedback to employees, helping them to grow in their positions. Dubbed the People Enablement Platform – admittedly by themselves – Impraise is designed to engage your employees in the development process by providing recognition and self-assessment opportunities throughout the platform.
The best aspect of this performance management software is the wide variety of feedback available. Not only can managers provide detailed reports and scores for each employee, but Impraise also provides self-assessment and peer review scores, averaged together within the platform, to provide a fully comprehensive picture of how an employee is performing – both on a day-to-day basis and in the long run.
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Impraise Video Overview: Performance Management in Action
Check out this video from Impraise to get a complete understanding of what this performance management software offers, through the lens of one of its clients: DoorDash.
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