Not a typo, Thnks is a company that caught my attention when Sean Mahoney of Invisibly, a new connection, sent me a drink and sandwich from Starbucks. But he sent them as a code I could use at any Starbucks, or (and this is what got me to pay attention) I could click to donate the cash value of the gift to a charity. Intrigued, I got a demo from Jeremy Kopcsik at Thnks and I was sold on the spot. I can’t wait to start using this for my team and my company.
Thnks lets its clients send thoughtful gestures of appreciation from their devices to anyone. So if one of your teammates just shared a hack with you, send them a Thnks. If you have a new client who mentioned their train was delayed, send them an Uber. Have a prospect in Italy? Yeah, it works internationally too. It’s personalized, seamless, and provides dashboards of data so you can keep track of how well it’s working for you.
Seriously, this is a wonderful way to say thank you and incredibly cost-effective. Reach out to Jeremy for a demo if you want to learn more and experience the wow factor first hand. You can tell him Niki said Thnks is truly Noteworthy!