NULOGY INTRODUCES RAPID CONTACT TRACING CAPABILITY TO ENHANCE SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE AGAINST COVID-19

18 May 2020

Nulogy, a leading provider of agile supply chain solutions, has expanded its cloud-based platform with Rapid Contact Tracing, a new digital capability for contract packers and manufacturers to protect employee health and safety while maintaining resilient business operations.

Nulogy’s Rapid Contact Tracing enables suppliers to track employees in real time and be prepared in the event of a potential COVID-19 infection within a production site.

Users can generate reports by shift, specific time period, and production line to quickly identify and isolate areas of risk without the need to shut down an entire facility. In addition, contacts are tracked while preserving employee privacy.

“In the wake of COVID-19, external suppliers are required to continually evolve their operations to safeguard the health of their employees as well as the continued well-being of their businesses,” said Jason Tham, CEO, Nulogy.

“As the next progression of Nulogy’s pandemic preparedness initiative, Rapid Contact Tracing allows contract packagers and manufacturers to leverage data automation to minimise operational risk and protect business continuity.”

With Nulogy’s Rapid Contact Tracing, supply chain providers can protect employees and manage business risk by:

· Identifying and isolating areas to prevent a total site shutdown;

· Building trust and confidence with employees; and

· Serving customers with high levels of accountability for quality and safety.

Toronto-headquartered enterprise software provider Nulogy recently opened its first European office in Bristol and delivers software solutions for FMCG-focused contract manufacturing and packing providers.

Companies can find out more about Nulogy’s Rapid Contact Tracing capability and how it can help deal with the challenges of COVID-19 at https://see.nulogy.com/pandemic-preparedness-contact-tracing/.



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