Social Recognition company I Love Rewards has officially changed its name to Achievers. The company has experienced a 105% increase in monthly income over the past year, as well as growth in staffing of 162%. With $14 million in financing from JLA Ventures, GrandBanks Capital, Laurence Capital and Ontario Venture Capital Fund, Achievers is headquartered in Toronto and San Francisco.
“Achievers aligns to our value proposition, which is to increase employee engagement and drive performance,” said Razor Suleman, Founder and CEO, Achievers. “The new name highlights the values and philosophy that we use to help our customers to build great corporate cultures every day.”
“Our research shows that innovative recognition programs, such as those delivered through Achievers, can create breakthrough improvements in employee engagement and performance through the dynamics of transparent, peer-to-peer feedback and recognition,” said Josh Bersin, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Bersin & Associates. “Such solutions can help drive employee engagement, retention, alignment, and business results.”
Achievers provides a multilingual solution with 24/7 support to organizations between 500 employees up to Fortune 500 companies looking to enhance employee engagement. The Social Recognition platform provides performance-based recognition and rewards in the form of points that can be redeemed for meaningful rewards including Apple, Visa and Expedia.