ChartHop is constantly evolving; what started out as an org chart software is now a product that’s capable of supporting your performance management, employee engagement, DEI, and people planning/analytics efforts.
Charthop delivers a fresh take on People Analytics through a dynamic platform that can be used by anyone in the organization — not just people data analysts. Through powerful yet simple visualizations, Charthop provides critical insights such as DEI metrics, organizational health data, employee turnover, and more to empower people from all levels of the organization to make the right real-time strategic decisions.
Charthop considers their org chart offering the beginning of a new software category called organizational management. The tool allows you to visualize your organization across any dimension or data point, such as tenure, performance rating, compensation, team, etc. You can also export any historical version of your org chart for auditing or bookkeeping purposes.
Charthop's DE&I dashboards are a class apart. You can leverage the pre-made reports from industry experts, understand the evolution of the DE&I initiatives of your organization through time-tracked changes, and share the trends with your workforce without disclosing sensitive data. For instance, you can visualize dimensions like ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, and education on your organization chart and understand how these factors impact employee compensation, promotions, raises, performance reviews and more. This allows you to be aware of unconscious bias within your organization and practice equality.
Their headcount planning feature allows you to streamline workflows without using a hundred different spreadsheets, design your organization equipped with data insights, and forecast headcount costs for different scenarios.
Charthop offers data aggregation from different people systems using robust integrations with a plethora of HR solutions, ATS, and Performance Management Systems. Having a centralized system like this means spending less time gathering data and more time acting on it.
Organizations can run their compensation cycle, promote continuous performance management, schedule manager 1:1s, analyze performance data, configure performance reviews, and nurture employee experience - all in one place.
Charthop takes data protection very seriously, and their security measures speak for themselves. From fine-grained controls to role-based access, auto-on/offboarding, biometric access control, mandatory SSO, and full encryption, they leave no stone unturned in ensuring that any sensitive data is well-protected.
If you’re not used to using people data to make strategic decisions within the organization, or if you’re looking for a simple and basic org chart, then Charthop isn’t the tool for you. Similarly, if you’re a slow-growth company with 50-100 employees and don’t have to worry about strategic workforce planning since forecasting budget is quite easy now, you won’t be getting the most out of this tool.
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Charthop integrates with a variety of applicant tracking systems, HR tech stacks, productivity tools, and communication channels. Some of them include Slack, Google, BambooHR, Workday, SAP Success Factors, Greenhouse, Lever, Gusto, Zenefits, etc.
If you're looking for integration with a tool not on the list, you can always reach out to one of their sales representatives and have your queries answered.
Charthop has 4 different pricing plans. When billed annually, here’s what they look like:
For an additional $2 per employee per month, billed annually, you also get access to their compensation planning tool. If you want to run your comp cycle on the same platform as your HRIS and performance management software, then this feature is beneficial.
We feel that Charthop is best suited for SMBs and enterprises that are looking to scale their workforce and care about people data. Their average customer is a fast-growing VC-backed startup with around 250 employees. However, that being said, they have customers with as less as 50 employees and as high as 50,000.
To get started with Charthop, you will have to get in touch with one of their sales representatives using the form available on the website. Once you've chosen your plan and paid for it, you can create an account, port data from your existing HRIS, set up your current organization, define roles and teams, create goals, and start planning on how to accomplish them.
Keep in mind that you’ll also need to train your workforce on using the tool and evangelize the benefits so they can get the most out of the software. The entire process can take up to 4 weeks, depending on the amount of data that you need to import from other systems.
ChartHop was founded in 2018 by Ian White, who first started building the software to fill what he felt were gaps in his own knowledge when he founded, ran, and eventually sold his previous company, Sailthru. He firmly believes that when it comes to scaling a business, understanding how departments, people, and the organization as a whole work is key to success. And that’s why he established Charthop.
Today, Charthop aims to support leaders in scaling productive, transparent, and intentional organizations.
The company is backed by organizations like Andreessen Horowitz, Cowboy Ventures, Basement Fund, and 40+ founders and C-level executives.