SimplyCast Launches COVID-19 Contact Tracing Use Case
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SimplyCast has launched a use case to assist with contact tracing of COVID-19 cases.
This use case will help officials document, track, and manage locations identified by patients.
SimplyCast is proud to be able to support ongoing COVID-19 response efforts.
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, August 25, 2020 - SimplyCast, an ISO 27001-certified leader in engagement automation for organizations in over 175 countries has launched its COVID-19 Contact Tracing use case.
Built using SimplyCast’s existing technology, the new use case will provide officials with a streamlined approach to document, track, and manage locations identified by patients where they have visited and come into contact with others. The use case is designed to be used to help locate areas where infected individuals may have spread COVID-19 in order to inform those at risk and limit the spread of the virus.
“The way in which this virus spreads makes it very contagious,” said Saeed El-Darahali, President and CEO of SimplyCast. “In order to help limit the spread, this use case was developed and can be deployed at a moment’s notice — without the need for an app to be downloaded — and used by organizations or government entities of any size.”
This use case is part of an array SimplyCast has developed. You can see them all here:
SimplyCast is an ISO 27001, 27017, and 27018-certified, leading provider of engagement software for organizations worldwide. Providing both emergency and non-emergency communication technology, SimplyCast offers 20+ communication tools and channels to help organizations maximize their efficiency. The company's 360 engagement platform is a feature-rich solution combining marketing automation, inbound marketing, and interactive communication. With customers in over 175 countries, including many of the most recognized brand names around the globe in retail, non-profit and hospitality industries, SimplyCast provides organizations the ability to effectively reach customers on their preferred mode of communication.
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