Two ready-to-use apps, the COVID-19 Self-Assessment app and Remote Work Readiness Survey app are available on the Kissflow Marketplace
Kissflow, a leader in business process and workflow management software, announced the launch of COVID-19 self-assessment tracker, an app that enables organisations to check their employees periodically for symptoms. It sends employees a list of risk assessment questions (suggested by the CDC) that help determine an individual’s symptoms and identify appropriate medical care.
Additionally, Kissflow also announced the launch of a Remote Work Readiness Survey, an app that helps businesses understand the feasibility of allowing employees to work remotely. Adding these apps to the app marketplace, Kissflow is equipping enterprises to battle the pandemic by keeping track of their employee’s health and work conditions. Identifying symptoms early will help enterprises diagnose, treat, and prevent their employees from the worst impact while keeping a primary focus on the overall business continuity.
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“COVID-19 is pushing everyone to change the way we work. Remote work will soon become the new normal. Even after this crisis is over, remote work will continue to reign. Employees will prefer to work remotely and businesses need to adapt to it,” said Suresh Sambandam, CEO of Kissflow Inc. “At Kissflow, our mission is to empower every organization on the planet by offering them all tools they need to handle every type of work that comes their way.”
Since 2012, Kissflow’s low-code platform has enabled thousands of companies to improve their productivity and streamline their processes. Kissflow Digital Workplace offers businesses an intuitive platform to collaborate, manage their work, and track business outcomes in one place. The platform combines the power of project management, process automation, and team collaboration to streamline business workflows and enterprise productivity.
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