Where the community turned ideas into helpful apps
On March 16, 2020 we kicked off the COVID-19 Community Response Program and over the course of six months,
the community brainstormed ideas, then worked together to create and launch local and global solutions to help others in this time of need.
The program officially ended on September 16, 2020read all the details here.
 
OutSystems committed to helping launch 19 ideas focused on helping solve a global problem, using our product and expertise.
Providing free access to our enterprise-grade software, capable of handling large-scale projects if needed, for the duration of the pandemic.
Dedicating full-time support from our Community Team Advocates to enable, coach, and work with the OutSystems developers on these projects.
Projects and Teams
Learn about each of the projects, which ideas they came from, and meet the heroes who are turning these projects into reality.
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Allow small local businesses that do or do not have a presence online to advertise their services to local neighbors
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Portugal
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App to conduct screenings and counseling, as well as provide services remotely
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India
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Enable delivery from local food and provision distributors to local wholesalers, restaurants and households
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Implemented
Puerto Rico
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Monitor people currently in nursing homes
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Implemented
Portugal
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Monitor potential infection cases and track contact
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Implemented
Netherlands
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Management tool used for patient transportation requests between hospitals at the LCPS
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Implemented
Netherlands
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Platform to ensure that critical assets are available in the areas that need them the most
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Portugal
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A digital marketplace where artists can launch ideas and obtain investment
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Portugal
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MoniZ
Netherlands
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An application to monitor potential cases, prioritize them, track how many contacts they had until they started feeling symptoms and reach out to those people to identify transmission chains. This is being built with the help of doctors, to ensure that the information being shared can help with the correct data the people in need. If any symptoms are identified, they are referred  to a doctor that then will assess and report back.

Built with the support of The Hague Municipality, who will liaise with remaining municipalities in the Netherlands, to scale this in a country-level.

CONTRIBUTORS
Eric Bulters

Luís Almeida

Ronald Muller

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Provide free and universally necessary psychological support in this scenario of pandemic and isolation
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Implemented
Portugal
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Help citizens describe their symptoms and connect them with doctors
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Portugal
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Allow any restaurant to register and upload their menus digitally, to avoid customers touching menus and respect security measures
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Portugal
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Help hospitals have a more efficient way of dealing with equipment that is not working correctly
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Portugal
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Ensure security while countries are facing lockdown
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Netherlands
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Allow small businesses to have a listing and post to consumers their COVID-19 readiness and response
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Implemented
United Sta...
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Non-profit association that is helping print through 3D printers protective resources for everyone that needs individual protection in their daily jobs
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Working on it
Portugal
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Make it easy for people to submit data freely to be able to visualize possible alarming areas
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Working on it
Curaçao
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Secure electronic distribution and tracking app for financial aid
today
Working on it
Philippines
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Gather and provide essential data to help official entities make better decisions
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Working on it
Norway
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Group of volunteer seamstresses and tailors that will sew masks to be distributed to public institutions
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Working on it
Portugal