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Free Pandemic Response App Helps Organizations Harness Data, Make Critical Decisions

Free Pandemic Response App Helps Organizations Harness Data, Make Critical Decisions

Crowe releases the Crowe Pandemic Response app

The coronavirus pandemic has brought sweeping changes in a short period of time to businesses around the world. Organizations are tasked with managing risk and compliance across multiple jurisdictions while simultaneously protecting their workforce. In response to the emerging reality that most organizations need better data and tools for an efficient COVID-19 response effort, Crowe LLP, a public accounting, consulting and technology firm with offices around the world, has released the free Crowe Pandemic Response app to help during this unprecedented time. The app is augmented with data visualization using Tableau. Organizations do not need to be existing Tableau customers to use the free app.

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The Crowe Pandemic Response app aggregates external data, including government mandates, closures, virus cases and more, and correlates it with an organization’s internal data, such as employees, vendors, customers, products and facilities. This tool centralizes the data executives need to identify emerging risks, adapt business initiatives and, most importantly, care for their employees.

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“In a pandemic event of this scale, even the most equipped organizations may lack the data and tools needed for an efficient response plan,” said Gayle Woodbury, managing director in consulting services at Crowe. “Here at Crowe, we’ve been working around the clock to develop an app that centralizes data, decisions and actions all in one tool, so executives can keep their focus where it matters most during this critical time – on their business and on their people.”

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