Vancouver’s Tracesafe has reached an agreement to supply a global Tier 1 semiconductor manufacturer with 60,000 wearable units to be used across their enterprise.
TraceSafe’s agreement with the Fortune 500 firm calls for the use of TraceSafe’s entire suite of wearables and cloud management solutions, including custom API access. Sixty thousand units will be deployed, covering not only all 45,000 global employees but additional contract manufacturing support personnel spread across more than 20 manufacturing facilities and offices.
This order has the potential to be the biggest corporate wearables order in history and according to the firm represents the next phase of TraceSafe’s product growth.
For an order of this magnitude, TraceSafe has deployed its next generation of wearable products, which can be processed and paired within seconds. Comparable products on the market that use similar Bluetooth technology to pair contact tracing devices (bracelets, clips or badges) with smartphones typically take up to three minutes per device to pair.
Professional services network Deloitte is managing the implementation, integrating TraceSafe software into the Deloitte platform.
This milestone is a major move forward for TraceSafe on its mission to deploy technology that improves the health and safety of employees across the world and represents the continuation of a successful partnership with Deloitte.
TraceSafe is publicly traded on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol TSF.