As Victoria has reduced restrictions, it important to note that EBS executed our BCP prior to any restrictions to ensure we could provide continued service to our clients. At this point, our policy remains unchanged and we are still under the same conditions of our BCP.
At EBS, we have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and the impact it is having on our customers, team and community. We are committed to providing and maintaining a working environment which minimises risks to the health of all.
We have implemented a number of preventive measures and protocols designed to simultaneously limit the risk of spreading the virus and ensuring we can continue to service your needs:
- EBS has made the decision to move to a remote staff policy, which means all staff will work from home from Tuesday 17 March for the foreseeable future;
- We have limited all business travel plans;
- All face to face meetings and training will be substituted by conference or video calls.
We have a detailed Business Continuity Plan for all staff and are well set up to work remotely.
Our business remains fully operational and our client work is continuing as normal. Whilst this is a challenging situation for all, we are confident in our ability to work collaboratively to navigate these unusual and uncertain times. We will continue to take a measured and composed response to the impacts of COVID-19 and to be guided by official authorities.
This post was written by Jonathan Martin, COO at Evolution Business Systems.
His expertise extends to software development, support, implementations and project management, he can envisage potential problems and identify them to improve the client experience and outcomes, like a mad scientist, behaviour, statistics and data are where he gets his insights from and lives by a golden rule to always start at the beginning as there are no shortcuts. Jonathan’s passion is to make a difference by assisting clients with their business problems.