Leading Provider of Shift-Based Workforce Management is Facilitating Vaccine Distribution and Administration Across the Globe
London UK–With the UK’s coronavirus vaccine roll-out starting this week, leading workforce management technology provider Sirenum is proud to announce that its suite of products is ready to manage the human logistical challenge to support the global vaccination effort. Sirenum is already helping clients meet the vaccination challenge with newly developed templates and dashboards specifically designed for this pandemic.
With a slew of partners ready to help with implementation across the globe, Sirenum is able to get manpower providers up and running in just weeks. The London-based company is hosting a webinar on Tuesday 15 December at 3pm GMT to discuss how technology can empower employers to support the delivery and administration of the vaccine.
Sirenum has clients across various sectors including in healthcare, making its technology the perfect platform to manage the large workforce needed to oversee and administer the vital vaccine. The global immunisation programme could be considered one of the biggest logistical challenges facing countries globally. Not only will the numerous vaccination centres need to ensure they have enough staff to cover the shifts needed but they will also need to manage workers and ensure they are at the right place and right time and that they also have the required skills and qualifications. Compliance regulations will also need to be factored in, which could vary dramatically from country to country.
Built on the Salesforce platform, Sirenum’s enterprise-grade solution for dynamic workforce management is easy and quick to implement and flexible enough to support any such environment, regardless of locale.
This isn’t the first time Sirenum has been instrumental in providing support during the pandemic. Back in April it made a variation of its software freely available for use by charities needing to organise volunteers to provide services during lockdown. Its software was also adopted by the NHS and other care organisations to support the pandemic response. In fact, it was used by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust to ensure 100% shift coverage, that replacements had the appropriate skills and certifications and to manage workforce fatigue. This enabled the hospital to spend less time in the minutiae of keeping its hospitals staffed properly and safely, and more time caring for patients.
“We’ve all heard about the complexities in creating a viable vaccine but the logistical challenge of ensuring staff are available at the right place and at the right time to administer it, should not be underestimated. Using Sirenum’s platform, clients will be able to easily match the right personnel to the requirements of the programme, ensure compliance and handle any isolation requirements, as well as streamline payroll all on one platform. By using our technology, it will simplify what otherwise would have been an extremely complex, onerous process and instead make it more efficient and ensure the programme is completed quickly and safely.” Said Benjamin Rubin, CEO and founder of Sirenum.
Sirenum powers the dynamic workforce. As the leading global provider of cloud-based workforce management technology to employers of complex workforces, Sirenum provides transformational technology to innovative employers, streamlining the management of nearly 400,000 workers across six continents, including organisations in the staffing, government, transport and logistics, care, and security and events verticals. To learn more about Sirenum technology for the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit www.sirenum.com/covid-19.
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