Team OnIt Wants to Bring People Closer Than Ever

Posted On April 27, 2020

Insite Malta is in collaboration with JAYE Malta to promote the innovative Start Up Companies you all need to hear about!

Team On It is made up of seven University of Malta students. They came to their idea by having to form a group with people who they knew nothing about for this program. They didn’t know anyone from AI, let alone their work ethic. And the idea just sprouted into what it is now which is a platform attending to three channels.

The first is for students. They want to make it easy for students to find a group when they might not have the right contacts. This platform allows them insight into prospective candidates for their team by being able to see people’s profiles and work. It also starts building up a form of CV for the future.

This is where the next channel comes in. They want businesses to be able to use the platform to find potential staff by seeing their achievements and information as well as how their past group members have rated their work ethic. Basically, this enables people to have as much information on a person as possible to be a future recruit.

The last channel is the recruitment sector. The platform has the potential to cut this sector out completely. But rather than do this, On It wants to have recruitment agencies use the platform to aid them in their work.

What makes On It different from other businesses is the fact that they have incorporated elements from a range of platforms and come up with something that gives the user the control and knowledge to be informed about decisions in order to reduce the risk of not being informed about their focus; people.

Already, the program has provided the team with the experience and contacts for future ventures. Most importantly, they learned what it takes to make your own company and how to best succeed in the process.

Finally, when asked if they would consider continuing the Start Up, the team answered, “The stage that we are at has a lot of potential for financial gain and therefore as long as we are able to iron out a few issues on the how to gain the number of people needed very early in process, then we do want to pursue this venture.”

Make sure to follow the JAYE Awards on the 3rd of May at 18:00 via Facebook Live to see which team take the title of StartUp of the Year and represent Malta at the European Enterprise Competition 2020!

Written by Corrine Zahra

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