Private security and facility management industry has bounced back from pandemic pangs, and is prepping for the big leap
In December, private security and facility management firm Tenon Group’s founder Manjit Rajain was speaking to Microsoft’s global head of security. Rajain figured out during the conversation that the biggest concern of large corporations was tracking health of employees outside office premises. “He said while he can secure people inside the complex, what happens when they go out? The employers are worried about how their employees are interacting outside office,” says Rajain, who is now trying to devise a solution that can track people outside office – only for health reasons. “We have gone to officials at Aarogya Setu. We are asking them to share data of people who have come closer to people I have been tracking,” he says.