MuchSkills is a visualization data tool created that helps team members stay engaged and motivated while doing what they love to do. The solution serves as a team skill database and a personal strengths growth tracker for teams, including large organizations.
MuchSkills functions as a team skill database and personal strengths growth tracker, offering capabilities like defining job focus, searching for skills, and tracking member availability.
Selleo was involved in augmenting the development team for MuchSkills, contributing to both front-end and back-end features, including skill planning and a timeline for skill development forecasting.
The collaboration with Selleo led to the integration of additional features like a skill sidebar and enhanced project management processes.
Enhancing software for teams and organizations that support growth
After discussing the scope of the project with the client, we built a dedicated team of developers to augment the client’s side. Our team established a strong connection and successfully collaborated with the Product Owners while working independently on implementing new functionalities.
In the beginning, the project development was divided into 2-week sprints, later, the team decided to work with Kanban. For easier project management, a QA specialist and Scrum Master were introduced. The team communicated via Slack and e-mail.
The scope was to integrate a sidebar with additional skills and planning capabilities features. Additionally, the team worked on creating a timeline dedicated to skills development throughout the year or quarter.
What our client got from the collaboration
A game-changing visualization tool that supports employees, teams, and organizations in mapping and sharing their expertise.
Our collaboration resulted in developing additional features like a skill sidebar with planning capabilities and a timeline allowing forecasting skill development.
This led to a great improvement of the platform where users now can:
- define job focus, choose core strengths, skills, or competencies
- create teams and invite new users to get a detailed, interactive overview of the entire team in one place
- create smaller projects by choosing necessary skills, ensuring resource availability, and bulk invitations