COCUS AG and Apostore GmbH as partners in digital systems

Düsseldorf, May 20, 2020 – Inscribe is a new service from mitteDüsseldorf/Gelsenkirchen, June 10, 2020 – Inscribe is a new digital service from a medium-sized IT company from Düsseldorf that enables contactless detection of customers and participants by smartphone with easy handling. For example, Inscribe offers a hygienic and data protection-compliant way to implement the Corona Protection Ordinance Guidelines of the countries for the service industry. a German IT company from Düsseldorf, which enables contactless recording of customers and participants in a digital list with easy handling. For example, Inscribe offers a hygienic and data protection-compliant way to implement and comply with the Corona Protection Ordinance Guidelines of the countries for the service industry. It also provides additional information, such as the provision of a digital service catalog.

In view of the current distance rules that accompany public life, Apostore developed the digital stele for contactless entrance controls and waiting communication for pharmacies. With this digital entrance control, customers can be informed without contact whether they can enter premises or whether the entrance capacities have already been exhausted. “Together, the digital butler and Inscribe help prevent virus spread,” coCUS CEO Sascha Hellermann and Apostore Managing Director Christopher Thielen are pleased about the strategic partnership.

Digital data collection saves time and effort for customers and users

In order to make further relaxations around the Covid-19 measures safe and to be able to detect infection chains as completely as possible, service providers have been obliged since 11 May 2020 to record their customers’ data in encrypted form and to store them for four weeks. In the event of infection, possible contact persons can be identified and informed.

“With Inscribe, this can be implemented easily and safely: by displaying an individual QR code, which customers can scan contactlessly with their smartphone and provide their data in just one step. In this way, additional expenses and costs on the part of the companies can be kept to a minimum. Pen, public lists, disinfection, manual sorting by date and time, and retention of documents are omitted.”, explains Sascha Hellermann.

In addition, in the case of contact tracking, with just one click and secure verification of the service provider, a complete list of potential contact persons can be made available to the health board in compliance with GDPR. This eliminates the need for the time-consuming search for the right documents.

“Customers’ and participants’ data is encrypted and stored in a GDPR compliant and can only be read using the key”

René Kohlhaus – Head of IT Services

“Customers’ and participants’ data is encrypted and stored in a GDPR compliant and can only be read using the key”

René Kohlhaus – Head of IT Services

Digital butler as contactless inlet system for access control for customers

While service providers are obliged to retain contact data, the brick-and-mortar retailer must enforce the regulatory requirements regarding the minimum distance. Depending on the area of the shopping facility, only a certain number of people are allowed to enter the store. This entrance control means additional effort for the employees or the employment of a security service. This is where Apostore’s digital butler can help. The Digital Butler is a future-proof multi-system that can be used for contactless entrance controls as well as for customer self-information. Signalling and safety instructions are comprehensible across cultures and languages and provide customers with a fair and transparent process.

“With our Digital Butler, we now offer the right solution for pharmacies and retailers for the first important customer contact,”says Apostore Managing Director Christopher Thielen.

The digital butler saves the time and staff to enter, relieves the burden on the pharmacy team and at the same time provides security.

Contact tracking and entry regulation to prevent dissemination

The use of digital personnel recording and digital inlet regulation helps to avoid the spread of COVID19. For this reason, COCUS AG and Apostore GmbH have come together as technological partners to advance digitalization, especially in the current times, and to support entrepreneurs with digital solutions. It is not only the service industry that can benefit from the use of the digital personal list, the digital butler or a hybrid solution. The use of the simple registration or admission procedure is also interesting for business locations, gastronomy, sports clubs and other leisure facilities.

Learn more about the Digital Butler

How Inscribe works and what uses are available

Owners of service companies can register via the web application and get an individual QR code for easy and contactless registration. The QR code can be hung in the shop or laid out at tables. Customers scan this code with their smartphone’s camera and are then asked to provide their personal information. This has the advantage that customers can quickly and easily register in the digital list without registration. Registration and unsubscribe via smartphone automatically records the date and time. The data of the customers and participants are encrypted and stored in a GDPR compliant and can only be accessed using the special and individual verification key of the service provider. In the case of contact tracking, a complete list of potential contact persons, including periods of stay, can be made available to the health board with just one click. The collected data will be deleted automatically after the specified period of four weeks. This digital solution eliminates the need for manual effort and time and effort.

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