TELANTO develops and commercialises a cloud solution that connects company projects to students anywhere in the world.
The overarching aim of the TELANTO project is to advance and facilitate interactions and exchanges between the worlds of academia and business through its Academic Business Network and Cloud solution. This transformative digitalisation of challenge-based education, offers students a richer learning experience equipping them with skills that are in demand by the industry and provides companies with modern challenge-based recruiting practices from universities.
- Global Implementations of Academic Business Cloud in Univeristies such as IESE, RMIT, Uni Potsdam, LaSalle, and many more
- Global Implementations of Academic Business Network in Enterprises such as: Robert Bosch, Hewlett-Packard, ALDI, IKEA, PHILLIPS HEATHCARE, GROUPON, CONRAD ELECTRONICS, and many more.
TELANTO develops and provides a cloud solution that addresses these issues for a much stronger involvement from the European higher education sector, which consists of around 4,000 higher education institutions (HEIs), 19 million students and 1.5 million academics. Talent shortages within companies continue unabated. The working population is declining, forcing employers to select from shrinking talent pools. Technology is evolving quickly, changing the skills needed for jobs and shortening the life cycle of those skills. To address talent shortages today, businesses can not fall short to collaborate with academia and in particular with young future talents. Traditional recruitment practices won't yield the required results, so it is time to harness contemporary employer branding, recruiting and selection practices, that build talent relationships very early in the life of a student. Employers need to foster an open innovation and learning culture within their organizations that encourage employees to support their quest for knowledge and talent transfer from academia. Although the interface between the public-private sector is already highly interactive and productive, the university-business cooperation lags collaborative technologies that equip youth, while in education, with future skills that match labour market demands. TELANTO estimates that providing challenge-based education, which is increasingly international, multidisciplinary and intersectoral, at larger scale, through TELANTO’s Academic Business Network will shorten the school-to-work transition and increase employability for nearly 250.000 students by 2020.
Connecting Innovation to Talents through the means of user-centric colaboration spaces.
UNIVERSITY- CREATE CALL FOR CHALLENGES
1. EVALUATE AND SELECT CHALLENGES
2. STUDENT BIDDING
3. COLLABORATION WORKSPACE
4. SOLUTION SUBMISSION
5. REVIEW AND AWARDBUSINESS- REQUEST FOR CHALENGES
6. CREATE CHALLENGES
7. COLLABORATION WORKSPACE
8. REVIEW & AWARD
9. TALENT CIRCLES
No specific requierments needed.
Stand-alone app = best of bread.
Integration into comon ERP systems.