Betterworks Creates New Programs For Managers Because of Series B Funds

Betterworks is one of the leading software companies in the world. The company is located in Redwood City, California. Betterworks’ CEO Doug Dennerline mentioned that the company secured an additional $27 million, making the entire Series B investment $51 million. The total B rounds will be $65 million led by seed investors, Kleiner Perkins, and the Emergency Capital investors.

The customers are seeing improvements in performance and management programs. Betterworks is planning to use the Series B investment to maintain production innovation pace and accelerate sales momentum. Customers already see an improvement in Betterworks enterprise agility, talent retention, and the overall performance of the employees.

In the past year, Betterworks has made many improvements. Program Insights allows Human Resources a way to visualize intuitively to promote action insight in management programs. Product global promotions are made in 20 global languages. Team Goals increase cross-functional team progress that allows team average user to engage with Betterworks every 10 days. H R Advisory Council comprises of a board members from Betterworks, Optima, Symantec, and many others. Motivate is a series of groundbreaking events that the software company for managers puts on around the United States, especially around New York City and Silicone Valley.

Improving workforce productivity seems to be the greatest challenge. Adoption of seamless and continuing performances helps employees become successful. Betterworks is a HR software company founded 2013. The software company has many projects that are designed to help managers becoming goal aligned, better feedback, development, and coaching their subordinates.

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Unroll.me shutting up their services in EU

A firm named as Unroll.me for years has used the basis of “free” but not the beneficial ‘email management’ services is planning to stop serving users using their services in Europe. They provided services in order to fetch emails of different people for their purpose of data-mining the contents for achieving competitive intelligence. From 25th May and onwards, they’re planning for enforcement of a new data protection policy lying under GDPR.

The company stated in a section on their website that they will no longer support the EU users as of 23rd of May while confirming about the visitors who either live in EU or not.

Unroll.me on its website will pop up a screen where after clicking on ‘Yes’, will bring up another info screen which will give an alert message of ‘Last month in EU’ to give acknowledgement to its EU users that this site will be unable to reach and unable to meet the terms and conditions of all the GDPR requirements. By May 24th, all of the EU user accounts will be removed.

Unroll.me held by Slice technologies, also proclaims on their own website about how their parent company takes away the personal information from user’s inbox; including commercial and transactional emails for tracking and analyzing customer trends and for building random market research. They have also been criticized for not being obvious about how they sell the private information of people.

And actually, if we get to see a small print of Unroll.me’s privacy policy, we can clearly see that it claims to share how it pleases to share the personal information of a user. Not only within its parent company but also with any of the partner company it chooses to start the business with.

So, it won’t be hard for us to guess our answer why Unroll.me planned to drop their services in EU, as we now already know about the privacy of data issue and GDPR requirements.

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3181014/software/3-tools-for-easily-unsubscribing-to-emails.html