Businesses and other large enterprises are under great pressure from COVID-19 and other unforeseen events that disrupt their existing operations and business models. As they reopen their brick-and-mortar locations for business, they face significant new challenges. They must provide and maintain safe work environments in times of disruption or crisis; monitor compliance with new safety regulations; and when risks arise, respond swiftly and effectively with mitigation tactics – all while operating a business.
Connecting and analyzing disparate enterprise and IoT data can enable businesses overcome these challenges and become more resilient. By understanding safety and business risks in real time (whether caused by COVID-19 or other factors) with analytic models, they can maintain business continuity and mitigate their impact.
TCS Intelligent Urban Exchange (IUX) for Workplace Resilience is an integrated analytics platform and business command center that helps enterprises coordinate and optimize their response to major disruptive events and address key safety and operational challenges.
Powered by TCS’ future-proof big data and IoT analytics platform, IUX for Workplace Resilience can ingest and apply real-time analytics to any form of data (IoT, video, images, public data, etc.). The solution empowers decision makers with insights, predictions, and recommendations to manage the safety and compliance of employees and customers in the workplace, boost operational efficiency and proactively plan for new threats and incidents.
- Ensure Business Continuity: Real-time, cross-departmental risk analytics help businesses proactively respond to incidents and monitor the implementation of new measures.
- Comply with regulatory requirements: Ensure that workplace safety measures, such as personal protective equipment (PPE) guidelines, are followed and recorded.
- Foster operational agility and resilience: With path tracing analytics that leverages multiple IoT data sources, IUX for Workplace Resilience helps businesses determine optimal workplace occupancy and maintain critical staff levels across work sites. It supports what-if analysis to identify employee movement flows that minimize their risk exposure, while building more resilient operational protocols for the future.
As you get back to business, is your company struggling to meet new safety challenges or looking to make operations more resilient and agile now, before the next crisis ?