Tomorrow’s CleanApp-Enabled Retail

Tomorrow’s CleanApp-Enabled Retail

Our vision for a clean future sees retail establishments around the world incorporate CleanApp into their business operations. We want to see a world where:

  1. Customers & store visitors can send real-time trash/hazard reports through a seamless mobile interface, through voice command or another input method without having to open a dedicated app for that establishment, location, etc. It shouldn’t be a customer’s duty to investigate the store number, the responsible party, and so on.  If a verified user wants a store to know that there is a dangerous or unsightly spill in a given place, this should be made as easy as possible.
  2. Stores will be able to purchase or otherwise contractually gain access to various levels of CleanApp reporting, including access to real-time incident reports;
  3. Stores will be able to deploy human and machine responders to incident reports on an as-needed basis;
  4. Together #1 through #3 facilitate & expedite reporting/responding functions when it comes to CleanApp reports, and CleanApp analytics will help continue to refine and improve the reporting/responding process.
  5. Customers should have baseline expectations of non-attribution/non-retribution/non-liability for performing CleanApp functions and these expectations must be consistent across myriad CleanApp use scenarios in order to facilitate/encourage user adoption & increase CleanApp activity;
  6. Stores should be proud of their excellent CleanApp responsiveness ratings, and should actively encourage CleanApp reporting, while simultaneously developing/deploying faster & more effective CleanApp response solutions;
  7. Customers should have the right to learn regarding the fate of their CleanApp report, including reporting rates for that or similar incident at that and/or similar establishment on a redacted/optimized/metadata basis.

To learn more, we invite you to CleanApp@Retail.