How Customers Use Our COVID-19 Briefing Dashboard

We’ve visualized COVID-19 data in different layers to provide insights to corporate security and business continuity teams. This gives them all the information they need to perform daily situational awareness and brief executives, saving them hours of time.

Here are some examples of how customers use our COVID-19 briefing dashboard.

Identify emerging hot spots to assess supply chain stability and mitigate risk

We track COVID-19 cases, deaths and recoveries and color code them based on the number of reported cases. We also spotlight newly affected and fastest-growing counties. This helps security teams determine where risk may be increasing to offices, distribution centers, factories, partners – or a distributed workforce.

Provide better operational intel for where to conduct business and deploy resources

States and cities have a varied approach to shelter in place orders, school closings and National Guard Activations. For instance, non-essential businesses may be defined differently between locations, and ongoing school closures may mean that employees must juggle professional and childcare responsibilities. Our customers use this to understand operational impacts on the local workforce, partners and customers.

Refine business continuity strategy based on the best available data

Reported cases and deaths alone do not tell the full story of COVID-19 risk. There are significant differences in how many tests have been performed and in cases per capita, both of which we display. Our customers use this information to understand how the true number of cases is lagging behind reported cases and respond accordingly.

Identify local ‘peaks’ to plan the return to normal

Every community is asking the following question: “When will our cases peak?” The answer varies between locations, and disease models predict different ranges and estimated timelines. Our customers are carefully monitor strategic locations – corporate headquarters, key territories, etc. – to make decisions such as when to open a given office or when they can reasonably resume service calls or deliveries.