NEW YORK, May 1, 2013—Namely, the cloud-based people management platform, today introduces goal-based performance reviews. This solution enables companies to align individual performance goals with company goals and improve business performance. Managers can link goals to performance reviews and set weightings for each goal with custom, easy to use templates. Goal setting is now a standard feature in Namely’s comprehensive people management platform. “It is essential for today’s enterprise to manage performance through employee goal setting,” said Matt Straz, CEO and founder of Namely. "With Namely, managers can make smart, data driven decisions to retain top performers.”
Namely's people management platform is currently in use by a wide range of organizations including media companies, tech firms, ad agencies, consulting firms and other businesses. The platform provides a robust HR Information System (HRIS), 360° performance reviews, team planning, reporting, tiered access, time off, and mobile apps all in one system. Namely is a global platform that enables customers to manage their people and teams anywhere in the world.
The company launched in January 2012 and has raised $1.75 million in funding from Lerer Ventures, Bullpen Capital and over a dozen media and technology executives. Namely is based in New York City.