All Elements, an HR tech company, is focusing on, well, all of the elements of keeping employees happy and productive in the workplace.
All Elements created a software platform that integrates every touchpoint people experience in the workplace. The platform focuses on culture, purpose, goals, objectives and recognition, and brings them all together with real-time insights and data.
The boot-strapped company is located in American Underground, a popular Durham startup hub where over 200 organizations are located.
During the CED Technology Conference earlier this week, their booth featured a cardboard sign that said, “On my best day at work, I feel…”
Surrounding the sign were colored post-it notes that entrepreneurs and other conference-goers wrote on to complete the sentence, describing how they felt when they’re most productive.
Even our GrepBeat managing editor, Pete, wrote one; can you guess which one is his? Sorry, no spoilers. (And no prize, except immense satisfaction.)
Mutuk Karpakakunjaram, the Founder and CEO of All Elements, said he implemented this activity to show people that when they’re feeling positive and productive, their workplace changes.
Karpakakunjaram believes the goal of All Elements “is to transform people performance into business performance.”
The company focuses on integrating employee experience on a digital platform through programs such as Google Calendar, Outlook, Slack and more.
The platform can be used by everyone from executives to managers, to employees or HR departments to track elements such as performance, goal-setting and development of individuals and the company as a whole.
Karpakakunjaram said All Elements helps employees perform at their peak potential so that their business will also perform at its peak potential. It also facilitates the option of 1:1 meeting templates, continuous performance conversations and peer and manager reviews, which results in higher productivity, greater retention and a happier workplace.
According to studies by Deloitte and Accenture, companies that create better employee relationships and experiences outperform the S&P 500 by 122 percent, while companies that create a great experience are 21 percent more profitable.
The subscription-based service prices start at $6.99 per user per month for a “standard” annual package that include the basic elements of All Elements, while the “growth” annual package starts at $9.99 per user per month for everything in the standard package and then some.
Since its launch three years ago, the company has seen over 6,200 check-ins and 900 assessments completed by clients. Its customers have created over 500 goals, tracked 900 milestones and answered over 600 performance assessment questions. According to All Elements data, customers’ quality of 1:1 conversations have improved by 78 percent.
This year, Karpakakunjaram hopes to find an investor or investors to raise a seed round.
Until then, his company will continue researching and implementing all elements needed for their platform and customers to succeed.