Safeture AB Lund has signed a three-year agreement with SPS Global (SPS), an international security and assistance company, to provide services to a large German client. Safeture – SPS partnership Under the agreement, SPS will manage and oversight more than 60 000 employees based globally, who have access to the Safeture platform. Services include including eLearning, facilities monitoring, and travel management integration. The three-year contract is valued at 383,000 Euros. Magnus Hultman, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Safeture, said “The agreement consolidates Safeture’s position as a leading provider of digital services that provide security for employees, no matter where they are, during working hours - at home, in the office, or when traveling.” Security services for employees Magnus adds, “We see a clear trend in that more and more companies allow all employees to receive our services as the duty of care, to meet work environment requirements and to be an attractive employer.” Simon Sawyer, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at SPS, said “We are extremely pleased to secure this significant Travel Risk Management contract with the support of Safeture, who have again proven their ability to tailor their services to our client’s specific requirements.”
Safeture has entered into an agreement with the U.S./EU corporation Insured Nomads, the first insurtech company focused on remote workers, digital nomads, expats, and travelers. As of now, Insured Nomads, with the help of Safeture's technology, can offer and extend policyholders with an upgrade of benefits and services suited to the needs of the new normal. Initially, the agreement runs for three years and gives Safeture 500 000+ USD plus additional revenue with membership growth. Remote work lifestyle Although working remotely was initially viewed as a perk, a recent survey of HR, legal and compliance, finance, and real estate professionals found that 47% of respondents will allow remote work on a full-time basis. This increase creates a demand for new and better solutions that guarantee that employees are safe and protected regardless of their workplace. Insured Nomads is at the forefront of addressing these needs and challenges for remote workers, digital nomads, expats, and travellers. "The global and remote work lifestyle has been a growing sector but has been accelerated due to the pandemic. By adding Safeture's technology, we give our policyholders an increased level of security and instant protection while traveling, all within a native app for our Juvo experience," says Allen Koski, President, and Chief Innovation Officer at Insured Nomads. Offering adequate protection The agreement gives Safeture more than 500 000 USD over three years plus revenue per user The collaboration with Insured Nomads begins on April 1, 2021. Initially, the agreement gives Safeture more than 500 000 USD over three years plus revenue per user as membership globally increases. "This is a key order for us. It clarifies the shift in the economy, and it is obvious for attractive employers to offer adequate protection even for the category of employees who rarely set foot in an office - always out of office. I think we will see more of this in the future," says Magnus Hultman, CEO of Safeture. Global location intelligence Our partnership with Insured Nomads signals the true evolution and investment in the remote worker. Identifying their needs and providing the technology to meet them will be the focus of the Safeture and Insured Nomads partnership for the foreseeable future. With Safeture's technology, Insured Nomads can offer policyholders a blended and unique suite of benefits. Including custom technology, insurance, counseling, telemedicine, global location intelligence, SOS/panic button response with boots on the ground, duty of care and more as part of the Juvo branded app experience.
Safeture announces that the travel management company BCD Travel has added the software firm to its SolutionSource marketplace to make safety a top priority to travelers all over the world. BCD’s SolutionSource marketplace includes authorized technology providers, allowing clients to discover and integrate innovative technologies into their travel program. Through this partnership, BCD clients gain access to Safeture’s employee safety platform, providing full visibility of staff locations, ability to communicate via patented communication technology, as well as risk alerts and information across the globe, combined with access to medical content and global medical and security support in over 230 countries and regions across the world. Highest customer satisfaction “We’re excited to add Safeture to the SolutionSource marketplace. Confidence among travelers is a key factor in seeing a rebound in travel. Knowing that their company ranks employee safety as a top priority, employees will feel safe and comfortable about traveling again,” said Irina Matz, Sr. Director of SolutionSource at BCD Travel. “We are delighted our relationship with BCD has evolved into a partnership. With our shared values and the partnerships ability to help us continue to deliver the highest customer satisfaction and retention rates via our open platform and modern APIs driving seamless integrations for mutual clients, we feel a truly natural fit” – Magnus Hultman, CEO Safeture.
Safeture has announced a partnership with Maiden Voyage, a specialist in diverse -business travelers and COVID-19 traveler safety training. Maiden Voyage, based in Leeds, England, helps make travel business travel more accessible to diverse groups through interactive and engaging traveler safety awareness courses and eLearning. The company's mission statement is to “Make Business Travel Safe in a Diverse World’ because they believe that business travel should be safe, liberating, and empowering for all, irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, physical ability or ethnicity.” COVID-19 traveler safety toolset Through the agreement, Safeture customers now have the opportunity to add eLearning modules from Maiden Voyage The training highlights the specific challenges faced by female, LGBTQ+, disabled, and BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) business travelers. In August 2020, Maiden Voyage released a ground-breaking COVID-19 traveler safety toolset to enable employees to get their business travelers safely back on the road. The courses come with an Employers Handbook to guide business leaders through the complex process of navigating business travel during the pandemic. Through the agreement, Safeture customers now have the opportunity to add eLearning modules from Maiden Voyage to the existing offering in the Safeture platform. Safeture platform “Partnering with Maiden Voyage is another great example of how we are expanding our Safeture platform to offer a range of tools to be as relevant as possible for all of our users,” said Magnus Hultman, CEO of Safeture, adding “We are always on the hunt for such partnerships to keep our software on the cutting edge.” Carolyn Pearson, Founder and CEO of Maiden Voyage, said of the partnership, “Maiden Voyage and Safeture share many common attributes, not least that we are able to respond quickly and with agility to the rapidly changing and complex situations that business travel presents us with. The Safeture technology set is highly complementary, and our clients are already seeing the value of the additional features that the partnership affords them.”
Safeture announced a partnership with Sweden-based Safehotels to provide users of Safeture’s software platform with flagged locations of certified hotels around the world. Safety and security Since 2001, Safehotels independently verifies world-class standards of safety, security, and now COVID hygiene for business, conference, and leisure hotels, with certified hotels in over 170 cities and more than 65 countries. The certification standard consists of over 270 safety and security elements within six sections relating to hotel property walkthrough, process, procedures and training, security equipment, fire equipment, fire procedures, and crisis management. Value-added service for customers This partnership is a new, complementary, value-added service provided within the Safeture platform to the existing and new Safeture customers. With the integration in the platform, it is easy for any user to book a safer hotel and also simplifies for companies to protect their most important asset, their employees. Authorities statement “Our new partnership with Safeture will be a win/win for hotels that are Safehotels Certified and the travelers who enjoy them,” said Joachim Törngård, CEO of Safehotels. “+3500 companies that use Safeture can now have the additional preference of choosing a hotel independently verified each year by Safehotels.” “Teaming up with Safehotels to ensure our users have the latest high-quality information in hotel security, to keep the employees safe,” said Magnus Hultman, CEO of Safeture. “We are constantly searching for partnerships to keep our open platform offerings on the cutting edge.”
The German company, Siemens, one of the companies in Europe, purchases the Safeture Enterprise platform for its employees with a focus on business travellers. The initial order value is estimated to 767 thousand EUR over the next three years. Safeture is a Software as a Service (SaaS) company based in Lund, Sweden. The company offers a complete cloud-based platform, Safeture Enterprise, designed to manage employee security and safety and risk/crisis management and is used globally by more than 3000 major companies. Internal security analysts The platform enables the implementation of security processes and the distribution of reliable and fast security-related information to individuals and organizations. Siemens will use Safeture Enterprise open platform architecture to mix content from Safeture analytic departments with content from Siemens internal security analysts. “Siemens is a world class industry leader with global operations. We are very happy to begin working with them and at the same time strengthen our DACH operations.,” says Magnus Hultman CEO of Safeture AB. “Safeture enables us to keep up two-way-communications with our travelers and employees in case of an emergency. Real-time mass notifications and strong geo location services enhance our travel security portfolio for the sake of our employees’ life and limb”, says Marco Mille, Head of Siemens Corporate Security.
Safeture AB announces that several new customers have signed up for its cloud-based software to help manage safety and reduce risk for their employees. The increasing awareness of corporate duty-of-care for employees continues to drive demand for Safeture’s software globally. The new direct customers who have obtained the company’s platform include the Swedish firm SwedFund, electric racing championship Formula E and U.K. giant Imperial Tobacco, which has some 32,700 employees. Safeture also has ISS in Sweden, Kinnevik and the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency using its software via one of the company’s partners. Safeture now has more than 3,000 corporate customers in 190 countries around the world. Receiving tremendous attention “We have never had so many customer on their way in or reaching out to us than right now,” said Magnus Hultman, CEO of Safeture. “Companies have a major responsibility, so-called duty-of-care, to take care of their biggest assets – their workers. Our flexible platform embraces the trends of mobility, digitalization and globalization, giving employees and managers the tools they need to work safely.” The launch of Safeture’s Corona Exposure Tracker has received tremendous attention The launch of Safeture’s Corona Exposure Tracker has received tremendous attention, and a record number of companies around the world are now testing the software, which the company has made available for free for 40 days which is the most critical time to act to limit to slow the virus’s spread. It is clear that many organizations have a large need to take care of their employees and protect their operations. Offering employee safety software “The corona crisis has pushed many companies to realize they lack the tools needed to quickly support their workers in an emergency situation and make informed decisions to ensure safety,” said Hultman. “The dire situation facing the world now is a wake-up call for organizations to act, and we are glad Safeture’s platform is there to support them around the clock.” Safeture is offering its employee safety software to any company looking to track the potential exposure of their workers to the coronavirus, now impacting countries around the world. Potential external costs related to importing travel bookings and accessing company travel data are not included.