Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, today declared Health Cloud 2.0, technology designed to empower businesses and governments to deliver better health and safety for their employees, customers, and communities.
As we helm a future that’s a hybrid of digital, in-person, and on-site, focus has shifted to ensuring health, safety, and effective business operations in the new normal — which is key to building trust and business continuity. Now, COVID-19 testing, vaccination, contact tracing, wellness assessments, and delivering healthcare from multiple settings are critical as organizations in every industry are looking for ways to be together safely with their customers and employees.
Sarah Franklin, President and Chief Marketing Officer, Salesforce, said “Every company is eager to be together safely with their customers, prospects, employees, and partners as they look to get back to growth and combat digital fatigue,” “We built Dreampass, powered by Health Cloud 2.0, to bring our community together safely in San Francisco for a special in-person experience unlike anything else in the world.”
Kevin Riley, SVP and GM, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Salesforce, said “Since the beginning of the pandemic, we’ve made it a priority to address this global crisis, sourcing 60 million pieces of personal protective equipment for hospitals around the world, providing contract tracing for millions of people, and powering the delivery and administration of over 100 million doses of vaccines,” “With Health Cloud 2.0, we’re continuing to enhance our capabilities around care from anywhere, digital health credentialing, contact tracing, vaccine management, and more so that employees, customers, and communities can succeed in the new normal.”
Salesforce understands these needs intuitively. This week the company is deploying Dreampass, a new part of the Health Cloud 2.0 portfolio, at its three-day, hybrid digital and in-person Dreamforce conference. Dreampass enables robust and scalable COVID-19 safety protocols for in-person attendees, including managing proof of vaccination, integrating with testing vendors, and delivering automated personalized communications throughout the process to help ensure a safer environment for attendees, staff, and the community.