Workers happy? New software released to help business leaders inject joy into the workplace

Beach holidays, a night out or chocolate are some of the ways Britain's might look to be happy.

But a new simple software package has been developed to inject some 'happiness hormones' into the brains of workers up and down Britain.

Pobi’s revolutionary software aims to release the happiness and potential productivity within people, leading to rises in profits.

Its developers Paul Burton and Ian Ormerod have spent 40 years collectively helping businesses to find out the root cause of why their profits aren't booming - and have turned it into a simple computer program. 

Paul said: "Everyone wants to be happy, and that happiness turns into productivity in the workplace.

"Pobi is the friend of every CEO, Finance Director and employee across Britain who wants to pump up their productivity and profits. It helps leaders and managers to quickly identify why a business isn't succeeding like it should, and then helps them to put it right.

"It is always down to the people in a firm. They aren't robots but individuals. Pobi helps leaders and managers to release their happiness and productivity by identifying their strengths and weaknesses and improving them. This makes for happy workers, higher productivity and higher profits.

"Sadly most people aren't working to full capacity and potential in a business. That's why we set Pobi up. We help every worker to be at their best so everyone achieves more."

Pobi software uses the latest 'people analytics' to give business leaders a diagnostic readout of every worker, then draws up plans to address the problems.

Ian quit his role as Managing Director of Design and Digital at Barclays to join business partner Paul in Pobi.

For more information and a demonstration of how it works see POBI on, call or follow them on Twitter @PobiLtd and on Facebook

Maven Consultancy