Use technology to reopen your business sooner and safer
Reopening the economy after a deadly, global pandemic isn’t as simple as flipping a switch and returning to normal. Not only must employers consider the health and safety concerns of employees, but they must also think about the clients or customers who purchase their goods and services. If people don’t feel comfortable stepping into a customer-facing store like a restaurant, hotel or store, then these businesses will struggle to get enough business even as protections are transitioned away.
Technology solutions are one option to potentially ease customer fears, get them back in stores and keep the economy running once quarantining ends.
Currently, some retailers are addressing this concern by capping the amount of shoppers allowed in the store at the same time. Meanwhile, people stand outside and wait in line while standing six feet away from each other. Once a customer exits the store, the next one is allowed inside. This system has helped a lot of people feel safer as they pick up their groceries. Still, it’s a process that could be improved, like by finding a way for customers to wait in line the least amount of time.
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Businesses that recognize customer anxieties can use solutions to help people feel heard, respected and a little more safe. Employers want to keep their businesses alive and individuals want to keep their livelihood going. Easing the anxieties people have about coming into contact with COVID-19 won’t dissipate so easily, and technology presents new and innovative ways to keep patrons safe.