Eng-Clicks is quickly becoming a website to watch – because it is not just “another website.”
“Nor is it another Facebook, or another LinkedIn,”
Unlike sites on which users are “along for the ride,” Eng-Clicks encourages members to create their own online business identity, and share it with the world. When completed later this year, the site will feature user video channels for training and education, a micro-financing and investing platform and discounted access to content management tools, which Vratonjic says are critical but often prohibitively expensive in engineering and manufacturing. Having other features like job and tendering posts, video conferencing and cloud storage all in one place could make Eng-Clicks a professional practice disruptor. The team is confident that, when fully functional, the site will streamline processes, support large-scale migration to cloud computing and facilitate international collaboration.