Established on campuses or passed through an incubation phase at IMT Atlantique, startups are joining forces in response to the call launched by the Secretary of State for Digital Technology, Cédric O, but also spontaneously to offer their innovative solutions free of charge. This solidarity should help companies and individuals to get through this unprecedented common ordeal in France.
To support COMPANIES, these startups offer various solutions
■ Crisis management tool
WaryMe, specialized in the development of mobile solutions to enhance personal security, offers free access to its crisis management solution.
■ Collaborative teleworking tool
BEEKAST, an interactive meeting and training platform, makes its platform available free of charge to companies for a 3 month period to organize remote collaborative files.
■ HR monitoring tool for telecommuters
Supermood allows companies to conduct online surveys for employees to collect their feelings and needs. The license is available during the epidemic for companies with less than 1500 employees.
■ Public works management tool
MATOS-BTP, specialized in the field of the digital transformation of the building industry, offers free access to its application until April 30, 2020 in order to help building companies and tenants who are continuing their construction sites and those who, due to confinement, wish to bring a digital solution to their company in order to envisage the resumption of activity.
To simplify the daily life of INDIVIDUALS, these startups offer various solutions
■ Homework help, school follow-up
MOBIDYS, which specializes in reading DYS audio, digital or paper books, informs you that Sondo's partner publishing houses make the books studied in class available to students free of charge, until the normal return to school.
■ Delivery to individuals
Shopopop, a collaborative delivery platform, allows individuals to deliver groceries to their neighbors while respecting barrier gestures. The service is available without commission for the duration of the epidemic.
Congratulations to all these startups for their commitment in these times of health crisis.
by Mireille Méchineau