To gain a comprehensive understanding of user needs, we conducted in-depth research and analysis. This included data analysis, user-centered calls, and user testing. Insights from these activities helped identify pain points and areas for improvement within the talent management system.
The implementation phase involved translating the redesigned interface and workflows into a fully functional talent management system. Careful attention was given to optimizing the user interface components and reorganizing the application interface to decrease development time.
The results of the project were as follows:
The redesigned talent management system now offers a seamless user experience, allowing users to access their training and records in a single location.
The login process is streamlined, and users can easily select and participate in industry-standard or soft skill training courses.
Additionally, the system helps organizations organize personnel globally, ensuring the right mix of skills and competencies for each vessel.
The project to redesign the talent management system for Mintra successfully addressed the challenges faced by seafarers and energy workers in safety-critical industries.
The user-centric design approach, informed by data analysis and user testing, resulted in a streamlined system that improved usability and efficiency.
The implementation phase yielded tangible results, including decreased development time and reduced support calls. B
y providing a centralized platform for training access and personnel organization, the redesigned talent management system empowered users and enhanced overall operational effectiveness for businesses.
The collaboration between design and development teams ensured a seamless user experience, contributing to Mintra's mission of supporting seafarers and energy workers in safety-critical industries.