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By Vinershea | Jun 27, 2020 04:44 PM

As Indian IT firms are slowly opening up, most of the renowned tech companies which deployed unique solutions to return to work securely are now offering tools to their global customers to help them begin operations.

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According to Economic Times report, Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) Limited introduced SafeRadius, which is a return-to-work mobile application that helps with risk-profiling, realtime alerts and highlighting hotspots. 

“Enterprises globally face a daunting challenge as they prepare for return-to-office scenarios during Covid-19 pandemic….This data-driven platform will be useful for enterprises to manage operations in the most efficient manner and assure employees about their safety and wellbeing,” said Sanjay Jalona, CEO of LTI.

Ever since the pandemic has affected the country's economy, most tech companies have introduced solutions ranging from thermal scanning to collaboration and employee engagement platforms. Most companies are also providing several back-to-work tools, which include smart automation, remote working and collaboration solutions, thermal sensing and digital supply chain management, Economic Times further reported. 

“Organisations have to wake up to the fact that they need to be pandemic-ready, going forward. Decision makers need to focus on revival strategies, continuity planning and fast-tracking their digital adoption,” said Jagdish Mitra, chief strategy officer, Tech Mahindra.

Among most of the top companies, Ramco Solutions was the first in updating its facial recognition-based attendance system to include thermal screening and IoT sensor doors. Highlitening about it, Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems said: "While not all enterprises can work remotely, a ‘new normal’ comes into being at this stage, where measures like social distancing, touchless attendance system, occupancy planning and controlling crowds at workplace become inevitable…. we are seeing increasing interest from organisations in the pharma, retail, logistics, and airlines segment."

While most companies are offering smart solutions, the focus has now shifted to securing workplaces with minimal physical contact. Meanwhile, service providers are also trying to bundle packages in order to get the solutions running faster.

Even Infosys has come up with its existing Smart Spaces solution to make it relevant to the current situation. “What we were doing earlier is enabling offices, stadiums and shops to become smarter in terms of experience and user response… is now the same set of technologies but used differently is enabling them to reopen for business. What we are launching now is a return-to-workplaces version of which uses the underlying technologies but enabled use cases vectored on how to make these spaces safer,” said Nitesh Bansal, SVP and head- engineering services, Infosys. 

While other two companies like Zensar and Birlasoft have also come forward with new innovative tools for its employees. Zensar has launched Humane, an employee engagement platform for its workforce to engage with them during the initial days of working from home and Birlasoft is looking forward in seeing demand from customers globally for the solutions it started using internally. 

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