/Dockabl launches feedback sharing mobile application, Clink

Dockabl launches feedback sharing mobile application, Clink

Addressing a need in digital collaboration, Dockabl has announced the launch of Clink, a feedback sharing mobile application.

Clink will help in the continuous performance and development of teams by sharing, organizing, and analyzing feedback in real-time. Dockabl has raised $ 1.3 million till date out of which they made an initial investment of $ 500k amount in building the new product. Clink plans to foray into Southeast Asian and North American markets by September 2020.

Clink plans organizations and teams to advance on a higher growth trajectory. Clink aims to reach 50,000 users by September 2020 and 1 million globally by June 2021. The app is available in Apple App Store and Google Play Store. It has extended a free membership to first 10,000 users.

Some of its highlights include:

  • Cheer and Boost framework: This enables recognition and constructive feedback, thereby driving holistic engagement and effectiveness.
  • Plug-ins for Gmail and Slack: This helps employees to curate and organize relevant feedback onto Clink. The platform is building similar plug-ins for Microsoft Teams and Outlook.
  • Integrations with Jira and Google Calendar: This automates feedback requests on the completion of tasks, projects, or meetings from relevant stakeholders.
  • Analytics and Insights: Based on proprietary algorithms, NLP, and AI, Clink gives its users actionable and accurate feedback. The approach empowers them to perform better and nurture their skills.

Samarth Masson, Co-founder at Dockabl and Clink, in a statement said “In Oct 2019, during a product design war room, our team reached a conclusion, to build a feedback sharing app. We had three reasons for this decision. Firstly, almost all HR Tech startups were building OKR. Yet, no one could crack continuous performance. Secondly, feedback from clients was to make the process simple & more integrated. Lastly, there is a need to build a culture of feedback sharing. Platforms need to be able to support these workflows. We then decided to take things head-on and solve one problem. Enabling feedback sharing to encourage continuous performance.”

The application also creates a work-life score based on the performance of an individual. Any team member can create a public or private project using Clink.

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