WSB partners with Curacubby in modernized COVID security model


A commitment to prioritizing safety and health at Workforce Solutions Borderplex (WSB) facilities was reinforced in its latest partnership with tech company Curacubby.

Their recent development of FastScreens will allow WSB to effectively screen and protect visitors and employees as they enter facilities or attend events. Daily health checkups, options to confirm COVID vaccinations, and reporting of test results are helping to secure safer WSB environments in the face of increasing COVID-19 cases in the region.

“The pandemic has forced our organization to consider our product platform much more than an EdTech solution,” said Steven Khuong, founder of Curacubby. “We realized that what we offer schools and educational programs is equally applicable to any organization managing compliance, aggregating participant data, and needing key metrics and analytics to make business and operational decisions. important. “

WSB Facilities Manager Myriam Guerrero explained that Curacubby enabled daily pre-arrival and QR access to on-site screening tools and on-demand reports with variance alerts.

“With two large workforce centers and multiple satellites, this is crucial for our staff to continue to serve our community in a safe and efficient manner,” she said.

Technology is at the forefront of WSB’s efforts to equip staff with the tools they need to serve the community.

“We hope other companies see the benefit of investing in technology for continued growth, as it’s no longer a matter of choice but a matter of need,” said Alberto Reyes, IT Manager. “We hope that the increased use of commercial technology will bring more technology companies and have a positive impact on our regional economy.”

The modernization of the workforce due to the pandemic has altered WSB’s operations, relying heavily on technology on all service fronts; safety remains an absolute priority to support the protection of the health of its staff and partners.

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