Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) June 11, 2014
Now is the perfect time for businesses and nonprofits to connect employees to a strategic plan and achieve goals, with a free trial of Envisio’s strategic planning software. This straightforward, efficient software helps businesses and nonprofits work toward organizational goals, all while tracking employees’ progress and key metrics.
“At Envisio, we hear too often that organizations need a simple platform that will allow them to build out quality strategic operating plans,” says Envisio’s CEO Mike Bell. “With strategy at the core of our management tool, it was the perfect step for us to take to empower companies to put strategy first.”
Customers praise Envisio’s software for being easy and intuitive. This no-cost trial is available for the planning phase. From there, users can decide if they’re ready to manage and report on their strategic operating plans using Envisio.
The new free trial offer will formally launch on Envisio’s website June 16. Envisio encourages business owners who want to simplify the strategic planning process to try Envisio’s new offer, with no risk and cost involved.
The no-cost trial is the first in a series of exciting new developments for Envisio. The company is in the process of offering new features and modules for its platform. These new features will further enhance Envisio’s unique capabilities, including advanced management dashboards, aggregate reporting, and integrated performance management.
To learn more about Envisio’s cloud-based software and to help your organization start realizing its vision, visit http://www.envisio.com.
Envisio is an innovative software company with a powerful cloud-based platform designed for small to medium sized businesses and non-profits. Envisio’s software connects employees to a strategic plan to work toward an organization’s vision. Envisio launched in Australia in 2006 and has since migrated globally, helping businesses and non-profits worldwide. Envisio users include Science World British Columbia, Open Door Group, the BC Chamber of Commerce, Netball Australia, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and many more.