RxWell, a public-health-based, data-driven platform provides health and wellness insights and management tools for property managers, tenant administrators and office workers, to aid in the safe return to work following COVID-19. The solution is in place in 26 office buildings in New York City enabling nearly 1,000 businesses and 70,000 employees to return to work.
“Infosys is proud to have worked alongside RXR Realty and Microsoft to create and deploy an intelligent, secure, cloud-enabled scalable solution in just a few months that will empower the safe return to work,” said Nitesh Bansal, Senior Vice President and Global Head for Engineering Services, Infosys. “The insights and tools available through RxWell will help businesses stay ahead of public health threats like coronavirus and keep workers safe as they return to the office, helping to kickstart local economies.”
“Infosys has been instrumental to the overall success of the RxWell program, involved in every step of the journey, and collaborating across product requirements, design, development and deployment,” said Cory Clarke, Vice President of Product Management, RXR Realty.
As per the regulatory filing, Infosys’ deployment of RxWell across RXR Realty’s building portfolio is the first step in the optimization of the product. The solution will be expanded with functions around energy efficiency and predictive maintenance, and features involving frictionless building access, space utilization and productivity. The platform is ready for deployment at commercial office real estate developers and operators, as well as enterprise companies with control of their campuses and buildings.
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