Rise triggers sustained behaviour change with automated data storytelling
Turn data into scores, turn scores into stories and trigger behaviour change.
Rise brings data and people together into a single tracking program - the “scorebook”.
Each scorebook has a single score algorithm for all people being tracked - “players”.
"Data is one of the most powerful mechanisms for telling stories" - Steven Levitt, Freakonomics
"Scores are at the heart of every important story we tell ourselves" - Toby Beresford, Infinite Gamification
Each scorebook has a single score period - (daily, weekly, monthly etc).
Each score period scores are calculated and reported to players - "bulletins"
Every player gets their own score story of progress over the period.
Whatever the result, scores spur people on.
A summary of all scores shows how people compare to colleagues. e.g. as an all team progress bar, a team v team or a head to head leaderboard
Rise gives users control over how and whether they are compared to others - this builds program trust.
"People hear statistics but they feel stories" - Brent Dykes, Domo
Rise accelerates an otherwise manually intensive report creation process by automating some or all of the sub-processes for you:
Automatic data collection
User name, photo and bio collection
Sophisticated single score generation
Report (aka ‘bulletin’) generation
Report slicing (e.g. by team, region, department etc)
Report display in different formats in different places - web, mobile, TV, social media
Report rendering from each players perspective
Story notification via different channels
Trigger behaviour change, week in, week out
Affordable, software as a service solution.
Save time producing a report and sending out personalised stories each week.
Digital formats to reach anyone, anytime, anywhere
ISA Realty and 1000s of other customers have already seen the benefit of Rise.
Optime Realty used multiple leaderboards for their sales staff:
"We are tracking buyer ratified contracts board, seller ratified contracts board, an Inside Sales appointment total board, and a greatness tracker board that combines a few different activities we feel contribute to success.."
It has created healthy competition and provides each seller with a personal scorecard feeding back how they are doing against their personal targets and versus others.
The service is paid for on a monthly basis and Scorebook prices vary according to the number of users ("players") on your Scorebook. You can stop whenever you like.
We have customers from around the world, all payments are in UK Pound Sterling via credit card.
Prices do not include VAT which may be payable by UK and EU individuals and companies.
The competition element of the leaderboard was used to encourage people to keep tweeting. The hashtag ‘#vmablogfast’ was trending top in Australia, and even trended in the top ten internationally on the day! This was very exciting for us
The Rise platform, provided complete flexibility, from defining algorithms and the ability to flex and adjust according to the users needs.
Inside Sales Manager, Optime Realty
Rise has created healthy competition because the agents don’t want to be at the bottom and they are all striving for the top of the list..
Rise's score stories create a reaction! Here's a sample of how people react:
Great news! We're up to number 58 in this week's @CVLibrary #ARP100! http://t.co/y6VtQrPi0u— JAM Recruitment (@JAM_Recruitment) February 17, 2015
See the top 100 @Zoopla estate agents on social media #zpp100 http://t.co/hr1PeLxQs9 - and I'm number 9 #nottooshabby— Mark Newton (@aroundthehouses) February 18, 2015
We are 3rd on the leader board for Recruitment Power http://t.co/mFaiZBA8ny #Klout #ARP100 #bizitalk #KPRS pic.twitter.com/jsZo7JkdX3— Agency Central (@agencycentral) February 17, 2015
" @TM_Property: @chriswatts1965 well done, you are ranked #57 on this week's #Convey100. http://t.co/PHiquGud0i" HURRAH!! Thanks!!— Chris Watts (@chriswatts1965) September 19, 2014
Congratulations @TranslineGroup still in that top position of the #ARP100 this week! http://t.co/F9gXJSQuOg pic.twitter.com/cZRPboMAkP— CV-Library.co.uk (@CVLibrary) February 16, 2015
Feeling pretty happy with having climbed to 17 on #ZPP100 via @Zoopla this week #climbing pic.twitter.com/bodT6uRHax— Trend & Thomas (@TrendAndThomas) February 16, 2015