Koan is merging into Quantive
Exciting things have been happening at Koan and Quantive (formerly Gtmhub). We truly believe in the power of OKRs for every business, and in September we made changes to our pricing plans to reflect our commitment to OKRS for all. Our new simplified plans include a free Essentials plan. December, Gtmhub rebranded to Quantive to begin our next chapter of helping companies achieve the best possible.
Given the robustness of Quantive Result's feature-rich environment, including Reflections, we feel this move of consolidating into one product will ultimately provide you with the greatest OKR and business strategy execution available in the market.
What changes for you now
With the release of Check-ins, Quantive's Reflection feature, you can now being migration into Quantive without interruption to your Refelctions cadence or data. Migration needs to happen before Koan sunsets on March 31st, 2023 to avoid losing your data.
To migrate your Koan Free account to Quantive Results, an account admin can utilize our one-click migration tool. Once you migrate to Quantive, your OKR and work-in-progress data will be transferred and your Koan account will then be closed without the ability to reopen.
Upon migration, you will be given a 90-day trial of all Quantive Scale features. After 90 days, you will be downgraded to the Free Essentials plan unless you choose to continue paying for Scale.
Migration must be completed before Koan sunsets on March 31st, 2023 and your account is deleted.
How to migrate
Login to your Koan account
Go to settings under "Manage Organization."
Click "migrate early" in the top banner
Learn more about what data will be transferred and where to find goals in Quantive Results after migration
Koan pro migrations will begin starting March 1st, 2023. To migrate your Koan Pro account before then, please reach out to our team for assistance. Once you migrate to Quantive, your OKR and work-in-progress data will be transferred and your Koan account will then be closed without the ability to reopen.