What are NFC tags?
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a wireless communication technology for short distances.
The technology is used for wireless payment in stores as well as other types of digital verification, so it is very likely that you come across it without even knowing.
A NFC tag (NFC chip) is a little ID, which can be set up at a customer location.
Administrators and supervisors can set up the NFC tags and connect them to customers in CleanManager through the use of the CleanManager app.
In this article, you can continue reading about what CleanManager uses the NFC tags for, how to set them up, and how you order them for your company:
What does CleanManager use the NFC tags for?
NFC-tags are used to verify the starting and ending of tasks.
Scanning the NFC tags, with their unique IDs, guarantees that employees are attending the tasks at their locations. Furthermore, the usage of NFC tags is more reliable and safer than the usage of GPS locations.
Information about attendance is shared with the CleanManager system and allows administrators and supervisors to keep an overview of started and ended tasks in the system´s calendar.
Would you like to know more about how your employees use the NFC tags in their daily life, then read here how you can start and end a task using NFC:
How does my company set up NFC tags?
Supervisors and administrators can set up NFC tags at customer locations, read here how to do it:
How do I order NFC tags for my company?
NFC tags can be ordered through CleanManager, read here how to do it: