By continuously collecting real-time data from employees – from the first to the last day on the job – the platform provides both a clear overview of the individual’s development and the organisation’s current well-being. With the help of artificial intelligence and collected data, the platform also shows the long-term growth of the organisation, while at the same time flagging for acute problems that may be about to arise.
Through continuous analysis of the collected data, the system can discern positive and negative deviations, which in turn generates automated action proposals that strengthen the business going forward. All in all, it helps customers reduce negative stress, absenteeism, and staff turnover while increasing commitment and satisfaction.
Winningtemp currently offers several functions linked to the organisation’s overall employee engagement – such as support for goal management, skills development and reconciliations – but is continuously being developed to cover even more parts of the company’s relationship with the employee.
“We are in a market that is really about to take off. By being able to show our value in measurable results, we eliminate the uncertainty factors that have often held back our willingness to invest. We have a vision of being able to influence as many companies as possible to create more efficient organisations and better workplaces. We want to continue to grow at a steady pace to develop our platform to manage the entire cycle – from the well-being of the individual to the profitability of the organisation.”
“We have developed a tremendously advanced but user-friendly product that has the potential to change organisations fundamentally. Winningtemp supports a proactive approach where we highlight both challenges and successes, but also actively assists with advice and suggestions that help solve challenges and drive customer organisations forward. Being at the forefront of new technology, we can do future analyses that help companies’ management adapt their strategies to minimise negative stress and staff turnover.”