Protecting Community, Coworkers, and Construction Projects
March 16, 2020
With the level of concern changing rapidly in the US surrounding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), we knew that building a plan was a must for being prepared. For any company, it isn’t an easy choice to possibly disrupt the entire team with a sudden workflow shift; but as additional data was presented on the importance of social distancing, it became clear that moving to 100% remote work was our next step in order to protect our employees and our community.
When we called for a single remote work day as a ‘stress-test’ for our teams and infrastructure, we knew we would lean heavily on technology to keep us connected and efficient during the transition. Luckily, as a technology company ourselves, we’ve been a proponent of building a strong tech stack since the beginning, meaning our teams were well equipped to work remotely and experienced no disruption during this transition. Now, more than ever, we see the importance of a strong, structured, approach to business technology as our team was able to pivot without impact to business continuity, operations, and client satisfaction.
For our clients, all offerings from Pype will continue as usual and our team is ready to provide the same exceptional customer support you’ve come to expect from Pype.
We will continue to be agile as the situation evolves and we will update as needed.