CLEARED4 partners with Kettle to ensure health and safety of todays hybrid
Updated: Sep 14, 2021
CLEARED4 will power the Health and Access Control component of KettleOS, an end-to-end platform supporting the entire hybrid work ecosystem
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 11, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- CLEARED4, the nation’s largest and most trusted COVID-19 health validation platform, announced today it has partnered with Kettle, a pioneering workspace technology company that provides solutions to navigate the return to the office and manage the hybrid work experience.
CLEARED4’s HIPAA-compliant business continuity platform will power the Health component of KettleOS, which will utilize CLEARED4’s platform across a variety of real estate and hospitality venues in New York and beyond.
Having another company whose mission and goals so closely match those of Kettle is invaluable to our user experience”— Nick Iovacchini, CEO & co-founder of Kettle
KettleOS provides intuitive tools for employers and employees working collaboratively to return to the office and/or transition to hybrid work models. A mobile app for employees supports hot-desking, hotelling, room booking and collaboration with colleagues. Innovative software and data insights support team leaders navigating new complexities relating to scheduling, access and policies. Additionally, in NYC (and soon beyond), Kettle provides a network of 3rd spaces—desks, offices and meeting rooms as WFH alternatives.
"In the era of hybrid working, CLEARED4 provides the perfect complement to what Kettle is working to achieve. While Kettle has mastered the flexible workspace sphere, CLEARED4 is here to address the missing component—a way for users and managers to adhere to evolving health and safety protocols, and track that data across platforms,” said Ashley John Heather, co-founder & president of CLEARED4. “Partnering with Kettle will allow the hybrid workforce to attain a new level of autonomy, without putting health and safety at risk.”
CLEARED4’s clients across North America and Europe include school systems, college campuses, stadiums, corporations, landlords and events, including Netflix, Sun Chemicals, Live Nation, Oxford Properties, RXR Realty, Yankee Stadium, City University of New York, School of Visual Arts, El Camino College and The Manhasset Union Free School District.
“Having another company whose mission and goals so closely match those of Kettle is invaluable to our user experience,” said Nick Iovacchini, CEO & co-founder of Kettle. “We look forward to collaborating with the CLEARED4 team to provide the utmost Health and Safety experiences to all those who utilize KettleOS.”
CLEARED4 is a turnkey platform—used either as a frictionless, standalone experience or as a seamless integrated product in the app of any client—that enables a user’s COVID-19 health status to be connected to any form of access control in real-time such as venue apps or specific employer tools. The flexible solution enables partners to pick any combination of COVID-19 symptom checking, test results and vaccination data to trigger access to an entire location such as a venue or a classroom or a specific zone within that location, using any form of unique identifier, including custom QR codes, government IDs, membership cards, building access cards, wearables and facial recognition.