TaskRay Announces TaskRay Open on Salesforce AppExchange, the World’s Leading Enterprise Cloud Marketplace
During the COVID-19 pandemic, TaskRay’s customers can now benefit from utilizing TaskRay Open to manage the complex, and evolving, process of reopening their facilities
TaskRay announced that TaskRay Open is now part of the Salesforce AppExchange COVID-19 Resources for Businesses, a dedicated resource page designed to help customers navigate this challenging time. TaskRay Open provides businesses and organizations a template solution to manage the return to their physical spaces. From offices to banks, retail, college campuses, K-12 schools, gyms and sports facilities to hotels, restaurants, theaters and museums, to transportation and beyond, these organizations will need to develop, document and manage the process of reopening their facilities.
TaskRay Open provides Operations, Facility and HR leadership and their teams with the tools they need to manage the complex, and evolving, process of reopening their facilities. TaskRay Open can enable employers to manage reopening and closing facilities safely, quickly and in an orderly manner.
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TaskRay Open provides a playbook (built-in templates and suggested processes) developed with input from industry experts to guide employers through Employee Communications, General Health Screening, COVID-19 Testing, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements, Sanitation Measures to Maintain a Healthy Work Environment, and Physical Distancing (e.g. space configuration, employee stacking) as it relates to COVID-19.
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TaskRay Open supports the challenge facing business leaders and managers by utilizing TaskRay’s existing technology to efficiently manage complex and evolving processes. Additionally, it gives executives and managers access to reports and insights into how location onboarding/offboarding is tracking and minimizes the risk of missed steps.