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Checkit makes its smart operations platform available to 441 bp sites in Australia and New Zealand

Londres November 23, 2021– (work wire) – Checkit’s intelligent operations platform will be deployed at 441 service stations in Australia and New Zealand following a new agreement with the multinational energy company.

Checkit has agreed to a four-year partnership with bp Australia Pty Limited and bp Oil New Zealand Limited after a successful pilot programme.

The Checkit platform replaces paper-based processes with digital assistants in the form of a mobile application that drives, directs, and reports the activities of salespeople and provides real-time insights to managers. The platform also includes automated monitoring functions using sensors installed in the refrigerator and a hand-held temperature probe to improve food safety, reduce waste and save time spent on manual verification procedures.

In fact, the Checkit platform has already been deployed to more than 320 UK service stations over the course of eighteen months. The deployment in Australia and New Zealand is the latest stage in Checkit’s ever-growing international partnership with BP.

Hannah Barnes, Vice President, Operational Excellence, bp Europe and South Africa, said: “Checkit has already created tremendous value for all UK retail businesses, eliminating paperwork, saving staff time, reducing waste and providing us with the data you give us. Improving the availability of food at our Wild Bean cafes. All of this helps deliver better experiences for our customers and frontline teams. Checkit has been instrumental in the Smart Store Operations program and adoption in Australia and New Zealand has been a natural result.”

Kit Kyte, CEO of Checkit said: “The introduction of our platform to bp sites in Australia and New Zealand reaffirms the importance of this technology in promoting intelligent operations by our out-of-office employees. Value gains are found in increased efficiency, increased employee engagement and retention, Inventory optimization, production planning, waste reduction and many other measurable parameters. We have worked closely with BP to achieve this and look forward to the continuation of this important partnership.”

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About Checkit

Checkit is the smart non-office workforce operations platform that enables fast operation and smart decision making in complex multinational and national organisations. The solution includes optional plug-ins for smart building detection and management networks.

Checkit Connect operates, guides, analyzes and reports on frontline activities in the form of digital operations. Data is collected in real time, from multiple workplaces. The platform allows leaders to understand and continually improve operations while driving innovation, productivity, efficiency, energy consumption, waste reduction, customer experience, safety and compliance.

Checkit provides intelligent operations tools for the retail, franchise, healthcare, life sciences, facility management, food service, manufacturing, hospitality and commercial real estate industries.

Checkit clients include the NHS (UK Health Service), bp, Waitrose, Sodexo and Center Parcs. Checkit generates approximately 11 billion data points annually from digital sensors and workflows.

Checkit is headquartered in Cambridge, and its center of operations is in Fleet, UK. The company also has an office in the United States, Florida. The company employs more than 170 people.

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