New order for Safeture’s platform

New order for Safeture's platform

Exlog Global, a risk solution partner to Safeture, has signed a new agreement with a large US-based engineering company to integrate Safeture's platform as part of a global travel risk program. This program enables the client to protect what matters most – their people.

 

This deal reflects the pivot and new appetite for organizations to look at organizational risk differently and another success for the joint Safeture and Exlog offerings in the American market. Exlog is a veteran-owned risk management company that enables organizations and individuals to operate safely and effectively at home and around the globe.

 

Using the Safeture platform, integrated with the Exlog Global Response Center team, the client can maintain global awareness and communicate with their people regardless of location. The agreement, over three years, shows that the commitment to protecting people remains essential for organizations, and they prefer to use Safeture's world-leading technology.

 

 

For additional information, visit safeture.com or contact:

Safeture CEO Magnus Hultman: +46 706 00 81 66. [email protected]

 

 

About Safeture AB
Safeture (founded in 2009) is a Software as a Service (SaaS) company based in Sweden. The company offers a complete platform to manage employee safety and risk/crisis management. Through world-leading technology and innovative solutions, Safeture helps more than 4 000 companies and organizations to protect what matters most – their employees. The Safeture share is listed on NASDAQ First North Growth Market Stockholm (SFTR). Erik Penser Bank AB is the Certified Adviser. Ph: +46 8-463 83 00 E-mail: [email protected]

 

For additional information, visit www.safeture.com or contact:

Safeture CEO Magnus Hultman: +46 706 00 81 66.  [email protected]

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