Contact tracing for COVID 19 with EVERYWHERE Platform

The Challenge

Covid-19 has ravaged the planet and every company wants to ensure their employees minimize risk of exposure. Contact tracing is an important tool to help with this. Organizations want to monitor their employees’ movements, especially when in a small, indoor, shared space. If a positive case comes back, administrators need to know who was in close contact, where, and when.

The Solution

With EVERYWHERE’s key feature Geofence alerts, customers can draw a geofence boundary around their various offices. Every time an employee using the EVERYWHERE App or inReach enters or exits the geofence (or office), a notification is triggered. If an employee does indeed test positive for Covid-19, administrators can track the notification flow and identify which of their other employees may need to be tested or quarantined. At EVERYWHERE, we are proud to play a part in controlling the global pandemic and reducing the spread of coronavirus

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