VocalEyes can work within any community or stakeholder group, (geographical or of interest) to transform engagement and decision making processes, for example:
- Learner engagement – within student communities, student parliaments/councils & senior management teams
- Community development – with resident communities and local councils
- Workplace participation – within staff & customer communities, management teams & trade unions
- Voluntary & public sector – with their numerous stakeholder groups
VocalEyes is a digital process which includes an expanding menu of engagement strategies (including face-to-face) designed to support successful implementation.
How would an organisation incorporate VocalEyes?
The following options exist for accessing VocalEyes :
- Via a website / blog or intranet, embedded as a widget, link or as a tab
- Via Facebook or Twitter
- Via laptops or mobile devices at meetings or conferences
- Via a home computer, laptop, netbook, or mobile platform (smartphone, iPhone, iPad)
- Via text message
Registration : Users need to be registered on VocalEyes in order to contribute. However, where an organisation already has a website or intranet with registered users, its existing database can be used to perform a “single sign-on” so that no further registration is necessary.
How would an organisation start with VocalEyes?
VocalEyes is available with payment of a licence-fee. The fee is set to reflect the number of users, the sector of the organisation, and the duration required. Low-cost options (free for under 100 users) and trials are available to all groups. Further concessions are made for social enterprises.
Engagement strategies are key to a successful experience using VocalEyes. A suitable suite of engagement options can be assembled, tailored to the needs and circumstances of each organisation.
A technical development licence can also be purchased which provides bespoke development of VocalEyes to suit the requirements of the particular installation.
Therefore the first step would be to arrange a VocalEyes presentation at the organisation’s base, so that dialogue can commence with a view to answering questions on both sides, and assessing the most appropriate types of implementation processes.