An update from our MD, Michael Walsh, regarding the Coronavirus pandemic and the actions we've taken to keep our staff safe and our clients supported.
In these difficult times our thoughts are firstly with anyone that's been directly affected by the Coronavirus pandemic and also the fantastic work the NHS and other health professionals are doing to stem the tide of this virus.
As a business owner I have a duty of care to my staff and also our clients so I wanted to post a brief update to explain how we are adapting to working remotely and delivering a business as usual service for our clients.
As a tech company, working remotely is something we've been doing for a number of years now and, coincidentally, we were planning on introducing more remote working later this year and had spent the early part of 2020 putting plans and systems into place to allow us to do this.
With the outbreak of Coronavirus we decided to bring these plans forward and as I write this we are about to complete our first week with our entire staff working remotely.
We all have our desktop machines set up at home, with full access to email and telephone lines along with access to our online systems and software and so we are able to deliver a business as usual service with very little disruption.
Our clients (both new and old)
Clients can continue to contact us as they would do normally - by telephone, email, or any of our online systems - but I want to reassure clients new and old that we are available for business as usual.
As a tech company we use the web for the majority of our work and communication and we are incredibly thankful that, given the difficult situation we all find ourselves in, we are fortunate to be able to work and serve our clients from home with very little noticeable change.
I sincerely hope we can all get through this relatively quickly and get back to living normal lives but in the meantime, please look after yourself, each other and continue to follow the government's advice.
You might also like...