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Team building for remote companies
When to use TeamBuddy
Remote companies (small and medium size)
When to use Sora
We help companies of all sizes, but are typically most useful for companies with 100 to 10,000 employees, with a lot of administrative work to automate! Teams with multiple offices and/or distributed team members are also particularly likely to find Sora useful, as there are often admin differences among offices and because it's harder to follow up on tasks if IT isn't sitting next to you — Sora can do that for you, and make sure nothing falls through the cracks.
When to use Teamworki
- For team leads and agile coaches who want to gauge team morale in a more proactive way.
- For agile teams that want to run more effective and actionable meetings.
- For distributed teams who want to build trust and collaboration among members.
When to use Lattice Pulse
Lattice makes performance management software for forward-thinking organizations. We’re a SF-based startup serving hundreds of customers around the world.
When to use Achieved
Achieved has been designed to support teams in fast-changing environments where alignment and collaboration are essentials.
We particularly develop the application with cross-functional and remote teams in mind.
Achieved is flexible, simple to use and affordable.
When to use Calamari
Calamari makes time-off and attendance management easier. It allows you to plan and track all types of vacation, time off and sick leave. Now you can track your attendance with ibeacons and mobile apps and automated notifications. Calamari supports companies with offices based in multiple countries/locations and supports role-based security. We are integrated with project management tools like JIRA, Slack, Office 365, G Suite, Basecamp.
When to use Retorio
To filter candidates according to company objectives (e.g., culture, job requirements). To get personality and soft skill insights of a candidate. To assess existing teams for optimal match. To analyse existing personnel for redirection