That’s where Trifoia’s technology roadmap services came in.
Working with Goumas and the World Education team, Trifoia Director of Production Tony Jimenez and Lead Software Developer Joshua Evans identified the technical requirements – mobile platforms and applications, software systems and other technology resources – that would be needed to make the SkillBlox platform accessible to users.
With the pandemic pushing over 60% of global learners out of classrooms and into remote learning environments, according to Accenture, these digital trends have accelerated sharply. As a result, businesses, non-profits, research centers, and governments — all organizations that rely on training and knowledge development — will need their learning materials translated in ways that are accessible online, and mobile-friendly.
Trifoia offers technology roadmaps as a standalone service, or part of our comprehensive product builds.
Trifoia’s development team planned out a pathway that would make Gill’s curriculum compatible with any Learning Management System. She needed access to trainings from her website that would report to a centralized certification system. This would ensure that users who took trainings from her website or a third-party hosting their own version of the program would receive completion badges recognized by organizations responsible for accreditation and compliance in learners’ fields of work.
Key to Trifoia’s technology roadmap process is multiple meetings between clients and Trifoia project managers and software developers. It’s perfectly normal for a client to have a broad vision for a project’s end result, but few details about the best processes to get there, said Evans, Trifoia’s Lead Software Developer.
A Trifoia technology roadmap takes care of that before any actual product development begins.
Checking assumptions saved valuable time and resources for Gill’s Essential Skills Program. The program needed to adapt quickly to online and hybrid learning approaches. Armed with Trifoia’s technology roadmap, the organization now has the tools to build out a 10-module online training guide.