Bengaluru, Nov 30, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Trillbit (https://notch.trillbit.com), a Techstars and Cisco Launchpad backed start-up having its offices in Boston and Bengaluru, has recently launched a novel contact tracing platform based on its proprietary "Data Over Sound" technology for enterprises to get back to their Business as Usual... The platform called "NOTCH", not only provides precise and accurate contact tracing results but also overcomes limitations of other technologies like Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Trillbit's entire platform is software only and does not require clients to invest in additional hardware.
While the organisations and companies are opening their workplaces to kick-start their business activities amidst COVID-19 crisis, they are facing challenges to ensure the well-being of their employees. Companies are adopting various tools and technologies to ensure that social distancing norms get adopted in the workplace without hampering productivity and safety.
However, all major solutions require additional capital expenditure, and in these volatile economic conditions, many companies are unable to commit such type of expenditure. Trillbit's platform can be an answer to their requirements.
Trillbit is providing a complete digital platform for companies to onboard its employees in the workplace and streamline monitoring of social distancing and contact tracing through mobile applications that can be easily used by employees on their mobile phones.
Taking care of the enterprise's needs, Trillbit's platform is compliant with industry-level data security and employee privacy.
Trillbit helped MNC and startup companies like GetLook to reopen their operations in all major cities in India. Various companies started utilizing Trillbit platform for their employees with confidence and to prevent any further shutdowns due to Covid spread in the workplace.
Trillbit is committed to provide safe and secure workplaces for the employees, while their employers are trying to bring the economy back on track.
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