SQUATZ Fitness to present at the Third United Nations World Data Forum 2021
SQUATZ Fitness to Present at the Third United Nations World Data Forum 2021 – How Can SaaS Services Better Protect Their Users?
– David Crowley, CEO and co-founder of Squatz
NEW YORK CITY, NY, USA, October 4, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – This week, SQUATZ is presenting as a guest speaker at the Third United Nations World Data Forum 2021. The in-person event of the United Nations World Data Forum takes place in Bern, Switzerland, October 3-6, 2021.
As defined by the United Nations Forum website, âThe forum is designed to bring together representatives, users and producers from various sectors working with data to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and development goals. sustainable. Contributions in each thematic area should present practical solutions. and practical experiences, and help provide better data for evidence-based policymaking and addressing pressing challenges facing global data and statistical communities. ”
Squatz is a two-sided platform that offers SaaS services to clients in areas such as fitness training, mental health, and general wellness.
âDouble-sided platforms – especially those that rely on the work of independent service providers – are now a fundamental part of consumers’ daily lives as well as an important part of the global economy. Companies operating in this industry are responsible for providing their user network with secure registration and authentication processes. We live in an age where we can – and should – verify every step and every operator in a company’s supply chain. Unfortunately, SaaS services aimed at market solutions for the âaverageâ consumer offer a plethora of opportunities for their functionality to be âabusedâ or appropriated for purposes for which they were not intended. We find that this often occurs in markets where user profiles are created to advertise, solicit or even pay for unauthorized services. Businesses that depend on using a massive network effect, such as Squatz, have a responsibility to authenticate participants on both sides of a transaction, thereby protecting users from potential abuse. ety is and always will be our top priority. We put the safety of our users first, âsays David Crowley, CEO and co-founder of Squatz.
Currently in a round of crowdfunding available to individual national and international investors, Squatz takes a firm stance on using its internal statistical resources to contribute to greater societal good. Crowley, who will speak on Tuesday’s panel âMeasuring and Combating Modern Slavery with Data-Driven Solutions in a Pandemic,â added: âAt Squatz, we take our responsibility to create a platform that solves a consumer need and protects its users in the highest regard. For us, there is nothing more important than our customers. “