Small Improvements is performance review software simplified. The Berlin-headquartered startup believes that performance review systems do not need to complicated to be effective. In fact, the longer the process takes, the more people hate it, and the less accurate the results are. Small Improvements believes that a short and sweet process achieves more. Designed for small to medium-sized companies that want to improve productivity and communication, the web-based software offers “really easy to use” performance assessments, anonymous 360-degree feedback, goal sharing, minimal reports, and reward badges.
Small Improvements is free for up to 10 users, while larger organizations can try the software for 30 days at no cost. Plans start at $4 per user per month or $40 per user per year. Customers include Pinterest, ModCloth, One Kings Lane, Atlassian, Opera, Quiksilver, Coursera, and more. Earlier this year, Small Improvements was named one of the “Top 5 European Startups to Watch in 2014” by VentureBeat.