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Indiana company offers software for contact tracing

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Posted at 11:10 PM, Apr 28, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-28 23:10:07-04

INDIANAPOLIS – An Indiana software company is offering its services to help the state with contact tracing – finding people who are sick, and tracking down everybody who they’ve interacted with to warn them.

The security firm Safe Hiring Solutions is offering its technology, called Reflynk, to help.

The company said 75% of Indiana school use its systems for screening visitors, volunteers, and vendors while also securing the schools’ buildings.

It also said RefLynk software can help with contact tracing without following an individual via invasive cell tracking devices. By using RefLynk for contact tracing, many layers of the process becomes automated.