March 19 2020
Business (almost) As Usual at Entuitive PLUS an invite to connect
Entuitive Clients and Friends,
I hope you are reading this email in good health despite the rapidly evolving situation we’re faced with.
These are uncertain times, and I am writing today to reassure you that you can count on Entuitive. As we continue to navigate the impact of COVID-19, we are working hard to ensure that we operate Business (Almost) As Usual, while prioritizing the health and well being our people, our clients, and our communities.
While our office doors may be closed and employee travel restricted, our team continues to work on the projects we are so passionate about. In the past three days we have swiftly and successfully moved our international workforce to a work from home scenario, during which our project teams have experienced minimal disruption in their ability to deliver work.
Our passion has always been for our people, who have the flexibility and tools they need to continue to work while managing their own personal challenges related to the virus. This allows Entuitive to remain people-focused, while continuing to deliver the uncompromising performance you’ve come to expect.
We operate as “One Company” – our firm is designed to work collaboratively at a distance to deliver the most value to our clients. This has given us the ethos and base of tools to work from home while leveraging technology to effectively bridge the distance gap.
We don’t know what the future holds for our business and our communities, but we do know that in these times of uncertainty one thing is guaranteed: we are Better Together.
It’s in this spirit that I invite all of you to be transparent on what you’re doing to meet the challenges brought by the virus. If you are interested in sharing ideas about how to handle this situation or in joining an industry group of partners looking to do the same, please email our COVID Response Team at email@example.com and we will be in touch shortly to set up a connection.
I know we’re all looking forward to the next time we can connect in person. In the meantime, let’s be grateful for everything we are still able to do in these challenging times.
Until then, stay healthy.