Melbourne technology firm, Ento has launched VaxTrack, Australia’s first Covid-19 vaccination tracking feature for its leading workforce management platform.
VaxTrack enables workplaces to manage frontline staff vaccine requirements and keep track of employees’ vaccine status for safety and compliance.
According to Ento chief customer officer, Ami Price-Gagnon, VaxTrack is designed to assist managers to keep track of vaccine requirements within their workforce, as more businesses implement vaccination requirements, and several industries are mandating it for staff and customer safety.
“What’s important about VaxTrack is that it’s easy to use. There are workplaces where vaccination is now mandatory, and it can be difficult for businesses with staff across multiple locations or specific role types to get visibility of vaccination progress without this feature,” Price-Gagnon said.
“The new Ento feature will help businesses stay on top of changing health orders and easily confirm that their workforce is rostered correctly depending on the role and location’s vaccination requirements.”
VaxTrack enables managers to have full visibility of staff and job roles that are identified as required to be vaccinated through Ento’s workflow functionality. Employees simply upload proof of vaccination including a record for the first and second shot, which managers can then validate to ensure staff are compliant.
The VaxTrack feature is completely customisable for individual businesses and job roles, which provides flexibility when rostering staff across different industries or states where vaccine requirements might differ.
Simple reporting allows managers to view what percentage of their workforce is partially or fully vaccinated and clearly shows the workforce vaccination status, which can be filtered by role, location and division.
Businesses can now futureproof their workforce with automated and scalable onboarding of new staff and setup vaccine expiry prompts for managers and employees, in the case that booster shots will be required.