In a statement, the company said its top priority is to help protect the health, well-being and safety of staff, customers, partners and the public while maintaining business continuity at all levels. . The statement added that the company believes that “every individual on the African continent has the right to be connected in the midst of a coronavirus outbreak.”
“Our hearts go out to the many people who have been touched by this unprecedented event. We anticipate all eventualities to ensure that we do everything possible to support our employees, customers, partners and the public, ”said Nic Rudnick, CEO of Liquid Telecom Group.
Rudnick said the company has robust contingency planning in place across the company to protect the health of its employees and those with whom it serves. The actions taken include, but are not limited to, the implementation of the advice of authorities, in particular the World Health Organization.
“To ensure business continuity, most of our staff can work and collaborate from remote locations using Microsoft Teams and other tools. Where possible, we also help our customers to keep operations as close to normal as possible by using similar applications, ”said the CEO of Liquid Telecom Group.
Liquid Telecom’s goal today is the same as it is every day: We are committed to ensuring our customers have access to the most reliable network and digital solutions, now and in the weeks and months to come, the statement added. .
As a strategic supplier to the market, the company continues to execute plans to ensure network and system continuity as the situation evolves over time. “We have implemented a remote working capability for all key processes and systems for our key staff, and this capability has been put through readiness testing over the past few weeks. All staff are able to work remotely on a short-term basis when needed while retaining all of the functionality of the business, ”added Rudnick.