BELS Language School
How did Deloitte Digital help? At Deloitte Digital, we work with clients on their digital journey and we are able to provide true end-to-end solutions. This enabled us to support BELS on multiple fronts, with the main ones being:
Driving digital transformation for JAYE Malta Foundation
JAYE Malta Foundation wanted to evolve and deliver their programmes in an automated self-led manner, which would increase their accessibility and reach. Deloitte Digital was instrumental in JAYE’s digital transformation journey by supporting them with a custom-made CRM and automated Salesforce platform.
Making use of ICT to provide service excellence at Transport Malta
Transport Malta embarked on a project with Deloitte Digital to re-design and relaunch its eReg application. With this new digital platform, the purchasing of number plates and soon the registration and licensing of motor vehicles will be transformed from a manual process into a more accessible, simple and convenient service.
Malta Tourism Authority
MTA required a portal that improved the overall aesthetic and user experience to make the site more engaging, whilst truly representing the values portrayed by the VisitMalta brand. In addition, they tasked our team to implement a content management system that catered for new features and functionality and allowed users to update the site easily on a regular basis. MTA also wanted to establish SEO foundations for future growth and to leverage organic traffic.
In 2012, Deloitte Digital designed and developed the Bank’s website. Following this in 2017, APS Bank approached Deloitte Digital once again to revamp its website and handle the design and development of the dedicated interactive information kiosk screens used in their branches while adhering to their latest corporate identity guidelines.
Malta Public Transport
Deloitte Digital embarked on this digital transformation project with Malta Public Transport back in 2015 when the Tallinja brand was just an idea. Throughout the years, our team has supported Malta Public Transport in several steps of this transformation life cycle, which started off from a simple online customer registration portal, and the launch of the Tallinja card together with the Tallinja brand.
Inspire (The Eden and Razzett Foundation)
In order to be able to reach out to support the wider population, Inspire teamed up with the University of Bath to work on the development of the second phase of an app called SOFA (Stories online for Autism) that had been developed by the Centre of Applied Autism Research (CAAR) in collaboration with the autistic community.