Filip Bengtsson, CRO at Safeture discusses the company’s presence at this year’s GSX, Atlanta 2022 (Exhibit Halls B & BC — 326).
What can visitors to the booth expect to see from Safeture at this year’s GSX?
Visitors can expect state-of-the-art technology that reduces manual labor with automated processes when protecting the modern workforce. Our latest launch of the Safeture Partner Dashboard is an excellent example of this. Partners using the Safeture platform to manage risk and safety for multiple organizations can get a single view of aggregated risk information and proactively mitigate risks for all their clients. The product launch of Safeture Marketplace that Safeture has been working on for several months can also be expected, a real game changer when it comes to displaying and educating organizations about the provider’s services.
How does Safeture see the market as we return to international business travel?
Safeture sees a market that is much more mature when it comes to Duty of Care, which will lead to higher demands on providers – creating better service offerings.
What differentiates Safeture from other providers in the market?
We get this question quite often and we’ve boiled it down to 7 differentiators. 1. Usability & usage 2. Data Security 3. Privacy 4. Price and Performance 5. Integrations & APIs 6. Independent & Agnostic 7. Onboarding and activation. Swing by our booth and let us tell you more.
What’s new with Duty of Care?
It’s not only Travel Risk Management anymore – it’s People Risk Management.