SimplyCast has launched a use case to support supply requests from quarantined individuals.
This use case will help individuals request and receive needed supplies.
SimplyCast is proud to be able to support ongoing COVID-19 response efforts.
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, September 10, 2020 - SimplyCast, an ISO 27001:2013-certified leader in engagement automation for organizations in over 175 countries has launched its COVID-19 Automated Supply Request use case.
Built using SimplyCast’s existing technology, the new use case will easily allow individuals who are quarantined to request and receive needed supplies during their 14-day isolation period. The use case is designed to be used by organizations or government entities who need to communicate with quarantined individuals in an easy and straight-forward manner. Request forms are sent to identified individuals automatically and responses are forwarded to personnel as needed to fulfill the request.
“SimplyCast has the digital infrastructure in place to support organizations and entities who need to be able to monitor supply requests from those quarantined due to COVID-19,” said Saeed El-Darahali, President and CEO of SimplyCast. “The team here are worked hard to create a flexible technology stack, adaptable to any use cases, that can now be used to support COVID-19 response efforts.”
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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