Over the past few weeks, Noggin, a global leader in crisis and business continuity software solutions, has received press coverage from national news outlets including: Channel 7, The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au, NT News, Weekly Times, and more - for its its free COVID-19 Response software.
The COVID-19 Response Modules are two free software applications designed by Noggin: one to help businesses globally manage their corporate response to the coronavirus pandemic; and the other to help healthcare agencies, hospitals, and public health authorities to manage their community response.
Noggin CEO, James Boddam-Whetham, was featured on Channel 7 News as a part of a story around urgent orders for medical supplies to combat COVID-19 in Australia. James serves as a subject-matter expert and spoke to the software tools helping healthcare agencies adapt universities and hotels to become mobile healthcare facilities.
News Corp Australia: The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au, NT News, Weekly Times, and more
Late last week, Noggin was featured by over 10 national News Corp Australia outlets as the Australian software firm on the ‘forefront of the crisis management of COVID-19 worldwide.” The article was picked up and featured by The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au, NT News, Weekly Times, Herald Sun, Cairs Post, Courier Mail, Gold Coast Bulletin, Townsville Bulletin, and more.
Noggin CEO, James Boddam-Whetham, was interviewed in relation to Australia’s aim to treat COVID-19 patients in ‘virtual hospital’s via high-tech solutions. Read an excerpt of the article below:
“The government is currently trying to double the number of ICU beds to cope with COVID-19, but it won’t be enough if case numbers continue to grow.
An Australian software firm, Noggin, is at the forefront of the crisis management of COVID-19 worldwide providing technical support for the national COVID-19 incident room centre in Canberra, the Department of Home Affairs, and Health departments in most states.
Within three days it had developed special COVID-19 software it is providing for free to businesses and institutions that need help setting up makeshift hospitals in hotels, or deploying resources to cope with COVID-19.”
For details on the free COVID-19 Response Module available for businesses or healthcare operators, please see here: