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From winning honorable awards to being featured in numerous top-quality business and startup periodicals – these resources will help explain the value in using Weekdone.

9 Super Effective Ways to Motivate Your Team

Teams are the way that most companies get important work done. When you combine the energy, knowledge, and skills of a motivated group of people, then you and your team can accomplish anything you set your minds to. logo

5 Ways HR Technology Can Improve Performance Reviews

Performance reviews can become messy when employers don’t have a system for organization of their HR processes. For example, Weekdone enables managers to monitor their employees’ goals, accomplishments and challenges in a single place. As employees complete tasks, Weekdone emails managers weekly status reports to help them gauge their employees’ performance in real time.


Team Management App Weekdone Now Reports To Android

I’m a big fan of the consumerization of the enterprise, which is seeing a host of startups crop up and build apps for the corporate world that take a consumer approach in terms of design, simplicity, social-esque features and a single-use focus. One product that falls squarely into this camp is the team management app Weekdone.

Tech Crunch

Meet The Winners From Slush, A Massive Startup Competition In Finland

Over 400 startups applied, but only 100 startups had the chance to compete over the last two days. Just four startups became finalists.

Here is the winner of the lightweight track: Weekdone, a startup that wants to help you literally get your week done.

Business Insider

Apps for tracking workers’ productivity: Nothing to fear

A new raft of apps have been developed that promise to improve productivity by encouraging staff and management to review and comment on an employee’s work. Weekdone, a start-up founded by Juri Kaljundi in Tallinn, produces one such tool. It provides an interactive platform on which workers can record their labors and managers can track them, e-mailing sparsely-designed but data-rich reports to its users, some who work at Fortune 500 companies, every week.

The Economist