Motivosity started in 2013 with the goal to make work meaningful and satisfying. Scott Johnson, the founder and CEO of Motivosity, noticed that managers were obsessed with delivering results rather than focusing on the well-being of their staff.
Scott cared deeply about this mission. He had spent 15 years trying to make work more engaging and meaningful by transforming office culture. What helped was that he had prior experience in entrepreneurship and enterprise software. As a software engineer, he quickly got to work and, as they say, the rest is history.
Motivosity is headquartered in Lehi, Utah and counts on a team of about 20 people. Pricing and plans start at $2/user/month and can go up to $5. Motivosity alternatives include Bucketlist, an employee recognition and rewards platform that has a similar goal to boost office culture and initiate a meritocratic system.