in Flanders & Brussels
cooperate closely with Voka
Visually powerful platform
The platform, as the foundation for the trajectory counselling, must fulfil a variety of needs and function as a central entry point. On the one hand, it contains a great deal of information for the various target groups. This way the employer can see a complete visual representation of the trajectory. He or she can view training sites and monitor the work points.
The employment agent manages the candidates and ensures knowledge exchange. The Voka coordinator maintains an overview and can schedule meetings. As always, user-friendliness is key.
In addition to the wide range of info, the new platform must also stand out visually, but that is no problem for Wunderkraut.
Dashboards, always running the latest updates customised to the various target groups, will trigger the users to actively get to work. Documents are easy to add and can be consulted quickly. And, personalised content is made available for the logged-in user, content specifically geared to the needs of the project.
CRM system integration
It was also important to integrate Voka's existing CRM system. All of Voka's employers had already been entered into it, greatly increasing the interaction.
Besides that, for this specific project Voka reports to the Flemish Government, which supports WELT via subsidies. The innovative platform is also an ideal medium for these interactions.
Thanks to the technical expertise and the analytical prowess of our team, Wunderkraut is the perfect complement to this project. By means of workshops, analyses and interviews, the contours of the project were revealed step-by-step. And, in an earlier phase, the wireframes provided a clear visual image.
This, once again, demonstrated the dimensions of this project. Via various interactions, the details of all the wireframes were further elaborated together with Voka.
During a previous project, the development of Voka.be, a great deal of time was spent on ‘Pattern Lab’. This is a component library that was built independently of the website and which is now an excellent foundation for the WELT platform. This library can be used in the future for other potential projects such as Plato and Bryo.
Right now, the training trajectory platform is in full development. The next step is its final delivery in April, followed by a follow-up and evaluation phase.