Christchurch City Council has acted quickly and has deployed Traceable Pro across all of their facilities, enabling them to open on the first day of Level 2 while remaining compliant with Contact Tracing requirements set out by the Ministry of Health.
The Christchurch City Council has 95 locations that are utilised by visitors and staff daily including council owned recreation facilities and libraries.
Christchurch City Council was excited to be able to get up and running so quickly with Traceable.
Many of the services the council provides will help to revive other parts of the city after a prolonged lockdown, so it's absolutely necessary that the Council staff be back to work ensuring that the rest of the city can begin to bounce back.
Traceable Pro has been set up to scan drivers licenses, and ID's with barcodes to make it easier for check in, however this is not required, visitors can still manually enter their details in.
Traceable Pro is available now on the Google Play store for Android and will be available on the Apple Store soon.
The app will be free for single site organisations and special consideration for Not for Profit Organizations.