Government plans to ask people to register when they enter an establishment are causing concern in the hospitality trade.

One way is for pubs to each keep records of all patrons, but this can infringe their privacy and creates safety and data protection risks. 

The UK government has no solution of their own in place to meet the planned reopening date of 4th July. Tapmydata solves this by offering a free app to patrons where they scan a QR code on entrance or at the bar to create a record of their check-in.

All data is kept securely on the users’ phone and their contact details accessed by venues on a secure basis. Tapmydata has no access to the users or the data they share. 

“The government has made clear technology is central to their aim to have PPE in citizens’ pockets in the form of apps. Building secure tech takes time so it made sense to offer ours now to help” – Gilbert Hill, Tapmydata CEO

Our solution is live in the Google Play and Apple App Store as of today.

If you represent an establishment and would like to know more on how to use our track and trace platform with your patrons, please contact

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