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Business continuity during COVID-19

by Madelon Kortenaar

category: Corporate News

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We would like to provide you with an explanation of how we are maintaining business continuity during the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

Office closures

Although none of our staff have been diagnosed with COVID-19, as a precautionary measure we have decided to close the following office locations from 5pm Monday 16th March:

  • Edinburgh
  • London Marylebone
  • Bloxham

All staff in these offices are working from home until further notice. In addition, all non-essential travel has been cancelled as have inter-site, client and candidate face-to-face meetings.

Our Portree office currently remains open, but staff are encouraged to work from home.

Business continuity

Sitekit creates trusted digital services and applications for large enterprise and government organisations. Digital security is central to what we do. This means that we have robust business continuity plans in place. Our staff are fully equipped to operate as normal in a secure environment, using cloud technologies such as:

  • Cloud based Microsoft Teams and SharePoint
  • Cloud based Office 365 applications
  • Cloud based CRM, HR and Finance tools

Expected impact

As a responsible company with a duty of care to all that work with us, we would like to reassure you that we continue to offer our services at the same high level of quality that you are used to. We have a flexible workforce that is able to adapt to changing circumstances, and have the technology to work in changing conditions. Through the measures we’ve taken, we believe that there will be no impact on the services we provide to you for the foreseeable future.

Further updates

We will communicate further if changes to our business continuity plan approach affect the services we deliver to you. Please speak with your account manager or our customer services team (+44 800 047 8644 / support@sitekit.net) if you have any questions or concerns.

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