A No-Code Solution for Workforce Resilience Management

September 30, 2020  |  2PM ET

To safely manage office re-openings, company leaders must make decisions based on the most up-to-date internal and external data. For global enterprises, managing individual worksite re-openings without a digital solution requires not only a huge investment in time and resources, it might lead to subjective decisions that could open the door to liability.

Unqork's Enterprise Workforce Resilience and Global Risk Management Solution is designed to flexibly implement your organization’s unique reopening framework. Using the power of no-code, the solution enables your organization to quickly respond to the changing regulatory environment, so in case of virus resurgence or changing incident response landscapes you can adapt quickly and accordingly.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss how you can:

  • Evaluate the risk levels for reopening offices globally.
  • Manage the implementation of your unique business resilience strategies.
  • Make data-driven decisions based on the most up-to-date information.
  • And provide seamlessly integrated employee health reporting.
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Kara Dennis

Head of Healthcare, Unqork

Kara Dennis is our Healthcare go-to-market strategy lead owning our efforts with payers, providers, and life sciences companies.

Kara is from Clarify Health Solutions, an advanced analytics company where she was SVP and GM of Life Sciences. Prior to Clarify, Kara was VP and Managing Director of Mobile Health at Medidata Solutions, a leading cloud provider of clinical trial technologies. Kara also spent several years in the Healthcare practice at McKinsey & Company, and worked at a biotech focused on developing therapies for intensive care units.

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Nilay Doshi

Head of P&C Insurance, Unqork

As a Client Partner, Nilay helps Unqork’s Financial Services and Insurance clients build new innovative digital solutions using Unqork. Nilay has been with Unqork since 2019. Prior to Unqork, Nilay worked at Deloitte for 8 years leading on the insurance and technology practice.

Lowell Putnam

Head of Partnerships, Plaid

Lowell Putnam manages partnerships and commercial strategy at Plaid, the technology company powering the fintech ecosystem. Thousands of companies, like Venmo, Robinhood and Acorns, use Plaid's suite of APIs to build applications that enable millions of consumers to lead healthier financial lives. Today, one in four people with a US bank account have used Plaid to connect with a fintech app. In his role, Lowell helps financial institutions, technology companies, and other strategic customers leverage account connectivity to deepen consumer relationships.

Lowell co-founded and served as CEO of Quovo, a data platform providing connectivity for millions of financial accounts, until January 2019 when Plaid acquired the company. Prior to co-founding Quovo, he worked in the investment banking division of Lehman Brothers/Barclays Capital, specializing in consumer credit companies and structured finance transactions.

Lowell holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard College and serves on several advisory boards for technology companies and non-profit organizations. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and son.

Lowell Putnam

Head of Partnerships, Plaid

Lowell Putnam manages partnerships and commercial strategy at Plaid, the technology company powering the fintech ecosystem. Thousands of companies, like Venmo, Robinhood and Acorns, use Plaid's suite of APIs to build applications that enable millions of consumers to lead healthier financial lives. Today, one in four people with a US bank account have used Plaid to connect with a fintech app. In his role, Lowell helps financial institutions, technology companies, and other strategic customers leverage account connectivity to deepen consumer relationships.

Lowell co-founded and served as CEO of Quovo, a data platform providing connectivity for millions of financial accounts, until January 2019 when Plaid acquired the company. Prior to co-founding Quovo, he worked in the investment banking division of Lehman Brothers/Barclays Capital, specializing in consumer credit companies and structured finance transactions.

Lowell holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard College and serves on several advisory boards for technology companies and non-profit organizations. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and son.

Lowell Putnam

Head of Partnerships, Plaid

Lowell Putnam manages partnerships and commercial strategy at Plaid, the technology company powering the fintech ecosystem. Thousands of companies, like Venmo, Robinhood and Acorns, use Plaid's suite of APIs to build applications that enable millions of consumers to lead healthier financial lives. Today, one in four people with a US bank account have used Plaid to connect with a fintech app. In his role, Lowell helps financial institutions, technology companies, and other strategic customers leverage account connectivity to deepen consumer relationships.

Lowell co-founded and served as CEO of Quovo, a data platform providing connectivity for millions of financial accounts, until January 2019 when Plaid acquired the company. Prior to co-founding Quovo, he worked in the investment banking division of Lehman Brothers/Barclays Capital, specializing in consumer credit companies and structured finance transactions.

Lowell holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard College and serves on several advisory boards for technology companies and non-profit organizations. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and son.

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