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During an interview with FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo on Wednesday, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said his company is prepared to enter into the “back to work phase” by using information technology to combat the coronavirus outbreak and get the economy back on track.
“We realized when we get back to work, it’s gonna be different than when we left 90 days ago, and that when we come back, we’re going to need ways to really mitigate our interactions with the virus,” Benioff said. “Information technology is one of the ways that we’re going to be mitigating how we interact every day with the virus.”
This week, Salesforce rolled out a set of tools for businesses that are looking to reopen, including contact tracing, worker health checks and shift management. Benioff said the