Next up for pandemic tech: A corporate back-to-work app

From Milan to Sydney to Silicon Valley, Matt Calkins and his 1,350-person global team at enterprise software company Appian watched COVID-19 sweep the globe, paralyze economies and send companies unprepared for mass remote work into disarray. Now, as governments around the world weigh options to lift lockdown orders, the CEO has a pitch to help large companies go back to work: an app starting at $5,000 a month that will ask employees to input health data, possible virus exposures and details about their jobs to determine when and how they should return to offices, factories and warehouses.

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