LONDON, October 20, 2016
VineUp, a leading cloud software company that provides mentoring and knowledge sharing web platforms and mobile applications to organisations around the world, announced today that it has been awarded the contract to power the staff mentoring program at the United Nations.
“We are excited to count the United Nations amongst our subscribers,” said Luke Deering, CEO at VineUp. “Collaborating closely with subscribers, such as the UN, forms a vital link in the development of our services, helping us to create innovative technology to support the unique online mentoring and networking needs of our clients.”
The United Nations is implementing VineUp to power their global staff mentoring program. Milica Markovic, Human Resources Officer with the United Nations Secretariat, said “We are very pleased with VineUp’s mentoring platform- it’s user-friendly; has an inviting design; it’s easily customisable; overall a great tool for our global population of staff. The implementation of the platform has been very smooth. We look forward to our continued collaboration.”
As a leading cloud software company, VineUp empowers educational institutions, nonprofits, corporations and foundations by providing them with the ability to leverage their member base’s collective knowledge as a tool for development. VineUp solutions are used for peer to peer mentoring, reverse mentoring, volunteering, knowledge sharing, data intelligence and social synchronisation with LinkedIn and Facebook.