Vision Platform Launches Software to Alter Business Leadership Beliefs

Companies using the program find their leadership team is unified in one day and this galvanizes the entire organization over the long run, VisionPlatformInc.com reports

United States - February 18, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Vision Platform proudly announces the launch of software that turns traditional beliefs about business leadership upside down. Leaders know the common business theory requires every task must be aligned with a larger vision or resources will be wasted. However, they don't believe this is possible, thus misalignment, loss of trust, wasted talent, and failed projects are the result. This software offers a unique solution.

Shari Burk, the female founder of Vision Platform, Inc., worked more than fifteen years in research and development to create a method that blends software and services. The program harmonizes the core leadership team around fifteen points that are proven to drive an organization forward. This is accomplished in one day and there are additional checks and balances built into the software to allow the user to update the vision as the market changes while ensuring it remains solid. Furthermore, it creates a rhythm for strategic planning and execution.

Vision Platform Inc is proudly one of the 5% of female-owned tech firms. Ms. Burk designed and built this software application with the help of one front-end developer and one back-end developer, helping design the database, the UI, as well as branding, marketing, and sales. It didn't start in a garage, but it did start in a basement.

Ms. Burk describes her reason for creating the software. "I saw so many companies who were held back by a vague, generic, inauthentic, outdated vision, yet no one was trying to create a method that addressed all the major failure points. I jokingly say I was young enough and arrogant enough to think I could create a better approach- one that would solve the unsolved issues. I'm grateful I was successful. My best moments are watching an

">Executive Leadership team unable to sit down because they are so excited about what they created in one day, especially after spending months, even years to accomplish far less. I never get tired of seeing this method set organizations and individuals free to enjoy their work they way they always wanted to."

Clients utilizing the process include serial entrepreneurs, non-profits, startups, SMBs, as well as billion dollar companies. During the research and refinement stages, over 300 executives have benefited from this method. Vision Platform comes with a money back guarantee and not one organization has requested their money back.

Some consultants don't care for the product because it dramatically reduces the number of hours they can bill for. It does so by guiding the leadership team through a challenging and face-paced method of Vision Planning no one thought impossible before now. It's changing how consultants approach their client issues and type of work they can bill for. Consultants specializing in marketing, branding, operations,

">strategy consulting, and strategic planning are finding it useful for their clients to become harmonized using Vision Platforms' method before launching large projects.

About Vision Platform:

Vision Platform is a software and services company that has helped hundreds of business leaders develop, manage, and execute their vision. This method harmonizes a leadership team in one day around the fifteen points that drive a company forward. It took over a decade to perfect. It's been released as software, which allows leaders to adapt their strategic vision to market changes, yet ensure the philosophical dependencies remain solid as they execute that vision.

Contact Info:
Name: Shari Burk
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Organization: Vision Platform, Inc.
Address: 1752 Northwest Market St #950, 98107
Phone: (206) 669-6158
Website: http://visionplatforminc.com/

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