Fareham MP Suella Braverman paid a special visit to Arena Business Centre, she met staff and toured the facility in a socially distanced manner at Lancaster Court in Barnes Wallis Road, Fareham.
The Attorney General was meeting one of our valued customers, MediaBase Direct (MBD) after hearing how its cutting-edge e-Reception Book has been acknowledged in providing digital safeguarding to Care Homes, Schools and other Companies during this COVID-19 time, and has been approved to be listed on the Crown Commercial Suppliers register.
The e-Reception Book, is used across all our 10 Arena sites allowing for visitors, residents, contractors and other users to electronically sign into our office on an iPad rather than in a traditional paper-based book. Its touch-less features also allows for registration with NHS COVID-19 contact tracing QR code.
Helen Deverill, Arena Marketing Director, said: “We take our workplace responsibilities extremely seriously, a robust digital safety system is paramount to compliment the physical hygiene and socially distancing measures. The e-Reception Book not only provides this but also GDPR compliant, is simple to use and makes the check-in process much easier for all involved.”
MBD director Anil Jain said: “It was an absolute pleasure to welcome the Attorney General Mrs Braverman and we are very grateful that she was able to find the time in her very busy schedule to visit our Lancaster Court office and to see the digital innovations being created here”.
Mrs Braverman, who was elected as Fareham MP in 2015 said, “The impressive facilities at Arena Business Centre have followed the Government important COVID-19 safe and secure policies, which greatly helps to reassure visitors and returning staff on the hygiene and social-distancing measures implemented for their personal safety.