OnBoard Board Management SoftwareProduct Overview
- About OnBoard Board Management Software
- Pros of OnBoard Board Management Software
- Cons of OnBoard Board Management Software
- Breakdown of core features
OnBoard Board Management Software product overview
OnBoard is a virtual board meeting management software designed to help users make smarter decisions, remotely, in real-time. Streamline meeting preparation and provide your leaders with accurate, timely information with an unlimited repository across all devices. OnBoard’s board portal makes decision-making easier by creating a system of record for directors, executives, and administrators. It provides data and analytics that enable action-driven meetings with built-in votes, approvals, surveys, and e-signatures. Documents can be shared and reviewed securely no matter your board’s location. OnBoard offers a no strings attached free trial, so you know what you’re getting before you fill out any paperwork.
Pros of OnBoard Board Management Software
OnBoard doesn’t require a complicated log-in process and is simple to navigate. The software is also updated monthly with new features and capabilities.
Cons of OnBoard Board Management Software
Because OnBoard is a newer company, it can occasionally be buggy but is improving constantly.
Breakdown of core features
Board Meeting Analytics
Engagement Analytics prepares directors to better engage with board materials before meetings. It provides insight into which agenda sections are receiving the most attention and where stakeholders are making significant notes and annotations.
OnBoard Messenger allows the board to quickly start individual or group conversations to discuss sensitive board work. Bring the entire committee or the whole board into the conversation from the OnBoard app or any web browser.
Secure Voting and Approvals
With OnBoard, you can govern from anywhere with Voting & Approvals. Use it to amend the annual budget, amend the bylaws, and adopt employee benefits. Any board actions can be voted on directly within OnBoard.
(Last updated on 02/02/2022 by Marshall Bright)