New Delhi-based employee performance management platform Dockabl has rolled out feedback sharing mobile app Clink.
The application will help in the continuous performance and development of teams by sharing, organising, and analysing feedback in real-time, a statement said.
The company revealed that it invested $500,000, of $1.26 million which it raised last year in June, to build the app.
Clink plans to foray into Southeast Asian and North American markets by September 2020. It also aims to reach 50,000 users by September 2020 and a million, globally, by June 2021.
Additionally, the company has extended a free membership to the first 10,000 users for Clink’s team++ plan.
The app, which is now available on Apple App Store and Google Play Store for teams, creates a work-life score based on the performance of an individual, the statement added.
“Clink has already executed pilots with organisations such as Rentomojo, Bajaj Finserv, KPMG, Think Talent, Vahura, and Razorpay, among others. Through word-of-mouth Clink has also secured confirmations to go live with teams in organisations such as Chqbook, BluSmart, Ivy Mobility, Career Partners International (North America),” Sanjeev Grover, co-founder at Dockabl and Clink said.
Founded in 2017 by Samarth Masson and Grover, Dockabl operates on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model to equip enterprises with a real-time performance management system. Its client list includes Rentomojo, Bajaj Finserv, KPMG and Razorpay among others.