Enterprise visitor management software provider Proxyclick is eyeing the Australian market as it seeks to expand its global footprint with new business operations in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

“Especially given current labour shortages, Australia’s property teams are at the forefront of digital innovation across APAC,” Christina Tubb, told The Property Tribune, who is also VP, APAC and Middle East.

An Australian national, Ms Tubb is based in Singapore.

“The teams on the ground understand that to attract & retain top-tier tenants, they must provide a differentiated experience without impacting the bottom line.

“We’ve been fortunate enough to work with Australian firms from the Sydney CBD to the Pilbara over the years, and we’re excited to see how property, facilities, and employee experience leads are pivoting their workplace designs for the new normal.”

“We originally expanded into ANZ at the behest of our global customers who wanted to unify their global experiences. Today, they’ve grown into our largest market outside of the U.S. and Europe.”

With millions of employees, visitors, and contractors set to re-enter corporate premises worldwide, Proxyclick’s solution aims to allow companies to perform sufficient due diligence to mitigate liability risks.

The contactless solution with no physical interaction is necessary from check-in to check-out of a facility.

“Visibility into who is entering or leaving your premises has become more critical than ever during this global crisis,” said Gregory Blondeau, founder and CEO of Proxyclick.

“Companies realised that understanding who’s potentially come into contact with the virus is the only way to ensure employees their workplace is safe.

“Our mission since the onset of COVID-19 has been to give companies this level of insight, our contactless check-in solution and integration with global access control systems are a natural extension of our efforts to help companies worldwide provide a safe return to work for their employees.”

Proxyclick is a visitor management system that allows visitors and contractors to pre-book their visit prior to coming down on-site to the offices.

They are also able to answer health and safety questionnaires (such as Covid questions) to help companies reduce health risk and meet compliance.

Clients include Airbnb, Acer, L’Oréal, Revolut, and Audi.

 

Source: The Property Tribune

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