Business Continuity Plan
in the Context of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Currently, Avature is functioning at 100% capacity and we do not see any near-term (0 to 3 months) or mid-term (3 to 9 months) service delivery risks in any region of the world. Our operations are spread out globally and we have comprehensive business continuity measures in place should there be any “local” issues relating to the virus. In addition, Avature has a long history of working from home and can function with 100% remote working. However, travel restrictions are in place and therefore Avature will be attending client meetings remotely.
Precautionary Measures In Place
Avature leadership is continuously monitoring the situation and has taken a number of precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of our employees and their families.
- Avature has postponed its US Conference scheduled for mid-March.
- Our China team has been working from home since the initial outbreak was reported and is continuing with all implementations.
- Our Spanish operations have recently shifted to a remote working model but we do not expect any feature development or implementation delay due to this change.
- Our Argentine operations have recently shifted to a fully remote working model as a precautionary measure, as has our Melbourne office.
- US, Canadian, UK, German, French and Austrian employees already work from home most of the time so we expect no disruption.
- Employees that work inside government facilities will be following government policies.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your Account Manager or Avature point of contact.