NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On a mission to create a habit of gratitude in the workplace, digital gratitude platform Thnks has now helped business professionals send more than one million personalized tokens of appreciation to colleagues and clients. Empowering users to build better relationships through thoughtful gestures, the company’s platform incorporates technology, program analytics, compliance adherence and the science of gratitude. The result is a customized platform that makes saying “Thnks” easy, efficient, and memorable, and the only of its kind to share unconditional, genuine gestures of appreciation with recipients.
“Simplifying the way we share gratitude in the workplace is central to why and how we built Thnks’ digital platform.” said Brendan Kamm, CEO and Co-Founder. “We knew if there was a simple, efficient and convenient way for businesses and individuals to share gestures of appreciation, adoption would be easy. It has been inspiring to watch Thnks grow as users leverage our platform to build stronger relationships.”
Helping individuals and companies incorporate gratitude as a daily habit in their work routines, Thnks recognizes the central role relationships play not just in our personal lives, but professionally as well. Thnks encourages better prospecting as well as creating stronger alliances, closing more deals, building client loyalty, and boosting overall morale. Recognizing appreciation and showing gratitude has been scientifically proven to improve one’s probability of business success. The company has reinvented the way professionals show gratitude, ditching corporate swag in place of meaningful, personalized gestures of gratitude with the recipient top of mind.
“Businesses have realized they must begin to weave gratitude into the very fiber of their operational strategies. The expression of appreciation, specifically when we think beyond simple words of thanks, is not just a ‘nice’ thing to do. It’s a transformative tool for driving measurably improved business outcomes,” said Brendan Kamm, CEO and Co-Founder.
Learn more about saying Thnks at www.thnks.com.