Synoptic Software, a UK based company helping businesses manage employee bubbles and reduce Covid risk, has been accredited with the Made in Britain stamp. The stamp shows that a company has been subjected to a strict quality checklist, including adhering to ethical and sustainable business Practices. Synoptic is now one of a handful of British software companies that have been awarded the stamp, which gives customers assurance that all software has been developed right here in the UK.

Synoptic’s Reactivate app helps safeguard the workplace to get business moving. Staff feel prepared, informed and safe with a privacy-driven social network which enables employers to respond to symptoms and manage testing within bubbles.

Founder and Chief Executive of Synoptic Reactivate Graeme Scott said:

“We are proud to be a British company supporting businesses and schools get back to work, helping unlock the UK’s economic recovery, while helping to stop the spread of the virus. The fact that we are Made in Britain means our customers know that our Reactivate app works with highest UK requirements and seamlessly integrates with UK health systems, organisations and businesses.”

John Pearce, CEO of Made in Britain:

“The Made in Britain mark and directory of members helps suppliers and buyers procure with confidence. This is even more important in challenging and unpredictable markets. We are delighted to welcome Synoptic Software to our fast growing community of like-minded manufacturers, and are particularly pleased to support the great work they are doing in health tech software to help fight Coronavirus.”