States around the country are just starting to introduce digital passports to allow businesses to vet customers, says Newsweek.
New York, for example, mandates proof of vaccination for indoor dining, gyms, and theaters. California is now requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test for indoor events with more than 1,000 people.
Even Hawaii is set to roll out vaccine passports for gyms, bars, and restaurants by Labor Day. However, to be effective, “digital vaccine passports must provide privacy for users, and data security,” Stephen Davidson, senior manager of governance, risk and compliance at DigiCert, as quoted by Newsweek.
That’s where a company like Contakt World Technologies (CSE:HELP) (OTC:TLOOF)(FWB:B21), a cash-flow positive company with $1.2 million in revenues, may be able to help.
Contakt World Technologies (CSE:HELP)(OTC:TLOOF)(FWB:B21), a SaaS company committed to improving health equity and access to healthcare while solving sector specific business challenges like symptom screening and vaccine passports, announced it will create a network of independent sales representatives to scale sales for the recently acquired HealthCheck app, vaccine passports, and future acquisitions or partnering products.
Contakt World’s processes for independent sales representatives are being designed for efficient onboarding, CRM to track leads and sales, recurring trainings, and lead generation to support independent sales representatives. Independent sales representatives will be paid a commission of 10% on their collected sales from health screening, vaccine passports, and future products.
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