Digitalist to deliver the online services for the Finnish Service Center for Continuous Learning and Employment
Digitalist has been selected to design and implement the online services for the newly established Finnish Service Center for Continuous Learning and Employment (SECLE). SECLE is a new authority and procurement unit under the Finnish National Agency for Education, and it promotes the competence development of working-age people and the availability of skilled labor in Finland. It is responsible for developing information-, advisory- and guidance services, analysing and interpreting foresight about competence and labor market needs, financing education and training for working-age people, and supporting regional and other cooperation.
In the selection criteria, Digitalist got credited with the highest score for the way the project was planned to be executed. The choice of technology and the way the suggested solution fits the needs of SECLE were seen to be the best out of all offers. Also, the accessibility aspects were seen to be well-considered. In addition, the competence and expertise of Digitalist experts were considered to be excellent. They also got credit for being familiar with both the needs presented by the procurement unit and the technology choice that was well suited to the needs. Another aspect concerning the experts that was mentioned in the selection criteria, was their excellent know-how and expertise in customer experience development
“We have been working with the Finnish National Agency for Education with the development and maintenance of their web services since August 2022, and our frame agreement is valid until the year 2030, so this is a great addition to that work”, says Esa Nettamo, Chief Design Officer, Digitalist. “Our experience with the Finnish National Agency for Education is an excellent asset that gives us a deeper understanding of what is required for the new SECLE web services. Also, our experience in developing web services for different fields of business for years gives us all the tools we need to succeed in this project”, Esa concludes.