With features like the Staff Health Assessment module, Dynamic Task Sheets, and Flexible options to offer guests the option to opt-out of cleaning, Knowcross has moved quickly to enhance KNOW Housekeeping with features that will increase safety and streamline the new processes.
LONDON – Knowcross, the world’s leading service quality management platform announce the release of the updated, COVID-19 Ready KNOW Housekeeping. The enhanced solution was designed with direct input from Knowcross’s diverse customer base, faced with new challenges to streamline their operations due to ever-changing government guidelines and the introduction of new SOPs related to COVID-19.
Cleanliness has always been a core value of any respected hotel but few could have predicted how important cleanliness, health, and safety have become. In the era of COVID-19, hotels are under extreme pressure to not only raise standards but also to focus on staff and guest health. With features like the Staff Health Assessment module, Dynamic Task Sheets, and Flexible options to offer guests the option to opt-out of cleaning, Knowcross has moved quickly to enhance KNOW Housekeeping with features that will increase safety and streamline the new processes.
“At Knowcross, our mission is to help hotels enhance the guest experience through personalization and timely delivery of services, while also improving staff productivity and escalating profitability and addition of these new functionalities in KNOW Housekeeping is a step further in that direction,” said Nikhil Nath, Founder & CEO, Knowcross. “With KNOW Housekeeping, hotels can adapt to this new normal quickly whilst following new processes and procedures.”
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