Performance Management Software Vendor Sonar6 Introduces No Lock-In Contracts

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Sonar6, the award-winning innovator in HR technology solutions, moves to a no lock-in monthly subscription model.

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In an industry first, performance management software vendor Sonar6 has introduced a no lock-in model for its customers. Sonar6 subscribers will now be able to pay monthly and cancel at any time, for any reason.

Sonar6 GM Sales & Marketing Mike Carden says the change to no lock-in contracts is in keeping with Sonar6's Software as a Service philosophy and typical of subscription-based software in other industries.

"It doesn't make sense to sell software as SaaS and then require customers to sign old-style contracts. Monthly subscriptions are standard for SaaS outside the HR Technology space, so Sonar6 is just offering the flexibility most people have come to expect in online software."

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Sonar6 is currently running a series of webinars on key the features and benefits of the Sonar6 performance management software, and is also hosting a 'Pay for Performance' webinar on linking performance and compensation. To take a closer look, register for a free webinar today.

About Sonar6:

Based in Auckland, NZ and San Francisco, CA, Sonar6 has provided online performance management and succession planning solutions to companies around the world since 2004. Sonar6's stunning graphics-based approach to performance reviews has won numerous awards and plaudits including naming as a Gartner Cool Vendor and inclusion in HR Executive's Top Ten HR Products.

Sonar6 is used by hundreds of international customers including Papa Murphy's Pizza, Ascent Media Group, Converga and NZ Post.

For further information, please contact

Michael Carden
GM Sales & Marketing, Sonar6

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