New Partnership Makes Recovery Information Sharing Exchange Available as a Tool for the Post-COVID-19 Economic Recovery
Technology Association of Oregon and Swan Island Networks partner to offer RISE to all members as a tool for accelerating the economic recovery from COVID-19
PORTLAND, OR / July 15th, 2020 / — Swan Island Networks and the Technology Association of Oregon have partnered to make RISE available to all TAO members. RISE is an information sharing exchange to help corporations navigate the expanding glut of conflicting news, regulations, best practices and innovations surrounding the post-COVID-19 economic recovery.
“Good intel and targeted sharing efforts can save an organization huge amounts of time and provide better information as opposed to uncoordinated browsing by many people several times a day,” O’Dell said. “We vet sources, curate important alerts with geospatial context, and present an array of dashboards—each of which focuses on a particular aspect of the crisis including testing, recurrence, employees, supply chain, and federal, state and legal coverage. We also encourage participants to submit excellent content, making everyone more informed and better able to execute toward a new normal.”
An extensive set of Economic Recovery dashboards and globally curated alert feeds including U.S. and global virus recurrence tracking, U.S. and international travel issues, trends in U.S. and world markets, supply chain issues, regulations news, and validated best practices is included with membership.
“Our members face a sea of constantly changing information about reopening their companies both in Oregon, the USA and globally,” said Skip Newberry, Executive Director of TAO. “By working together and aligning efforts, companies can improve their awareness without compromising proprietary information.”
Powered by Swan Island’s proven TX360 SaaS platform for intelligence analysis and curation, the exchange will feature continually updating dashboards and shareable Smart Alerts delivered by email and text, as well as participant-enabled submissions and feedback. This service operates in the Microsoft Azure cloud, giving distributed capabilities for those working at home or collaborating across continents.