Conduent has released a disease surveillance and outbreak management technlogy on Microsoft's Azure cloud platform as part of efforts to help public health organizations trace and report COVID-19 cases.
Maven is designed to help users verify potential exposure to the novel coronavirus as well as manage the contact tracing and case management processes, Conduent said Tuesday.
The company added it will waive the software license fee through June 30 for eligible government health organizations.
“While governments plan to reopen communities and the economy, Maven can provide public health agencies with accurate contact tracing to prevent new cases from growing into new outbreaks," said Mark Brewer, president of Conduent's global public sector solutions business.
Conduent also introduced a contact tracing staffing service intended to help public health personnel slow the spread of COVID-19 across local communities.