Keeping your customers and visitors safe.

In light of the ever-changing COVID-19 situation, businesses and organisations - such as those in the hospitality industry - have been tasked with helping keep the British public safe and assisting the government’s efforts in contact tracing.

Beating the virus is a team effort - one that comes with its fair share of disruption and hassle for all businesses. But what if we told you that tracking your customers doesn’t have to be that way?

The current situation

Businesses that deal with the general public have been asked to collect and store customers’ contact information to help track the virus and prevent unnecessary spread.

For many, this creates a logistical nightmare. How do you take down all the necessary information? What if you lose it? And what if you forget to destroy it after 21 days?

Convoluted processes like these are a drain on businesses who lack the time or resources to cover these extra jobs. All customer data must be collected efficiently and stored securely in line with GDPR regulations. When you’re already struggling to build your business back up, it’s the last thing you need.

How Senc.UK can help

Senc.UK helps businesses balance public safety and compliance while bouncing back from the pandemic better than ever.

The extra precautions shouldn’t have to disrupt your daily operations or prevent you from operating as usual. We provide a seamless, cloud-based solution that’s completely secure and compliant, allowing you to keep your customers safe.

We make tracking and tracing as simple as your visitors scanning a QR code and taking 30 seconds out of their day to register. They don’t need to download a new app as it’s all web-based for them. From here, should COVID-19 be traced to your business, we can instantly reach out to every visitor, simplifying and speeding up the contact tracing process.

Find out more about how Senc.UK works here

Perfect for…

  • Hospitality- including pubs, bars, restaurants, and cafés
  • Tourism and leisure- including hotels, museums, cinemas, zoos, and theme parks
  • Close-contact services- including hairdressers, barbershops, and tailors
  • Local authorities- including town halls, community centres, libraries, and children’s centres
  • Places of worship- including use for events and other community activities