This is an unprecedented time, and our top priority has always been the health and safety of our communities, our employees, and our clients. As we navigate a rapidly evolving situation, our hearts go out to everyone around the world impacted, either directly or indirectly, by COVID-19. Our utmost gratitude to all the men and women who are providing essential services to maintain the pulse of communities and to the medical and emergency service providers who are working tirelessly to handle these extraordinary situations.
This pandemic drives home just how connected we have become as a global community. It has become clear that the best way we can preserve the health of our community is by cooperating and taking any action required by local governments to slow the transmission of COVID-19. I want to reassure you that we’re doing everything we can to support the well-being of our extended ThoughtFocus family. We are monitoring the situation closely as it evolves and taking appropriate measures as responsible corporate citizens.
As the work-from-home model becomes the norm, we have fully transitioned our entire technology workforce to a remote work model across our global offices and ensured that our team has the necessary resources available to do their jobs effectively. We have built a strong and resilient business leveraging our substantial technology investments and outstanding human capital. This positions us well to support our colleagues and clients through extraordinary times.
TO OUR CLIENTS
We say thank you for your continued partnership. Know that we are here to help you as technologists, as partners, and as your extended business family. Our commitment to customers is to maintain the same level of support without compromising our employees’ safety.
We’re in a fortunate position as a company to be able to make this change quickly.
Again, we want to extend our sincerest gratitude to the first responders, medical teams and all organizations working to make the world safer as we battle COVID-19.
Be safe and take care.
– Suman Radhakrishna