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On 4 and 5 August in Hamburg (Germany) took place the second consortium meeting regarding the project called Active Retiree and Golden Workers Gate (Act-Go Gate). The meeting was attended by representatives of all the project members i.e.: University of St. Gallen, Wroclaw University of Economics, Entwicklungszentrum Gut altwerden GmbH, Business Engineering Institute St. Gallen AG, Alsterdorf Service Center GmbH, Clavis IT and Benevol.
Our University was represented by Robert Kutera, business analyst in project team. The meeting consisted of two days discussions and presentations concerning the Act-Go Gate project.
On the first day of meeting organizational issues and overall project status were discussed. The main goal of the first day of the meeting was presentations of each module: “Serve the Community”, “Flexible Occupation” and “Get involved with Organizations”, where current status and further expectations were discussed, with an emphasis on user requirements identification and specification.
At the beginning of the second day took part the discussion about reporting structure and requirements. The most important part of the second day was the discussion on project plan for next six months. As a result a detailed timesheet was prepared, that includes the most important overall project issues: the development of business models and system architecture and detailed tasks for each module.
Next project meeting will be held on 21. and 22. January 2016 in Weil der Stadt (Germany).