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ERP Suites response to COVID-19

Based on guidance from the state of Ohio and in an abundance of caution, our Loveland office and data center are now limited to essential personnel only.

Whenever possible, hosting customers should provide 24-hour notice to gain access to the data center. Our employees are taking precautions to safeguard themselves, and by extension, you. We ask, in turn, that you do not enter the data center if you are sick or have any of the main symptoms associated with COVID-19.

Rest assured, our focus on your business has not waivered. With the majority of our employees positioned throughout the U.S., we already have the tools and processes in place to operate remotely. Should conditions worsen, we are confident we can quickly respond to minimize the impact on our business and disruptions to our customers and partners.

Assistance as you transition to a remote work environment

State and national leaders are taking aggressive steps to protect our communities further from the spread of the coronavirus. The consequences are a bit overwhelming. The coming weeks will test our ability to keep business alive with a remote workforce. Yet, with little time to prepare, some companies are poised better than others to succeed.

Let us help.

The ERP Suites team is available to jump in with:

  • Networking advice to scale quickly and securely with your increased external traffic
  • Managed services to maintain system performance while you work to mitigate the disruption
  • Remote consulting services to sustain momentum on your most significant initiatives
  • Project management services from people who are accustomed to driving consensus among a geographically diverse team

We’re positioned well to weather the coronavirus, and we’re here to make sure you do too. If we can help alleviate some of the stress of this challenging time, contact us.