The COVID-19 crisis has changed the lives of people in unprecedented ways. With travel bans, lockdowns, and imposed quarantines, this human tragedy is having an impact on the global economy. It is certainly not business as normal. This coronavirus pandemic is genuinely an alarming call for companies and leaders to review the strategies, policies, and processes to safeguard employees, customers, and operations during the crisis and at the same time maintain business continuity.
Companies are actively reviewing their efforts to gauge the right levels of support for their people. But the impact is not limited to the COVID-19 crisis. It is about reimagining business and collaboration models. Leaders need to think about companies, customers, team and community. They can begin by initiating and executing a plan to support employees consistent with the guidelines and have a roadmap for policy changes.
And even after the coronavirus pandemic slows down, there will be opportunities and needs to reimagine business and operating models and also the portfolio of offerings. Some new patterns which have emerged during the crisis are likely to become new norms are the need to hire remote staff and to work from home.
How Hidden Brains can Help Businesses During Covid-19 Crisis
With COVID-19, remote working has come across as a saviour in empowering people to deal with any quickly evolving situation. In order to enable business continuity, the enterprise needs to act now before it is too late. It is time for remote staffing which comes across as a highly extensible workplace environment that quickly scales and dynamically adapts to volatile business needs based on global and local conditions.
Mapping your capabilities
Assess your technology strengths, as well as the feasibility of tasks which can be outsourced to remote teams. Analyze whether the IT infrastructure can support remote work.
Examine digital collaboration
Digital collaboration tools for seamless communication across teams and different levels.
Focus on Customers’ core needs
Businesses need to meet customers’ objectives through uncertainty and being extremely transparent in operations and service delivery — is key to a successful transition from unpredictability to trusted relationships.
Ensuring business continuity
It is impossible to plan for every disaster or catastrophe; however, it is possible to ensure that teams are informed and supported to build new processes. This means continuing to work while adapting to the latest IT business continuity plan, ways of collaborating, and decision-making. But what is more important — to conduct disaster preparedness for different scenarios in tandem with operational work.
Quick Optimization & Collaborative Approach
Changing scenarios will require quick optimization at business, technology and cultural level for effective remote working. We extensively use collaborative tools for seamless communication with business partners, stakeholders and team.
Remote Working & Distributed Teams
Enhance work with remote teams leveraging virtual environments. Improved business continuity with distributed teams to include reductions of travel across geographies and ensure business continuity. Despite geographic barriers, every employee can communicate and meticulously track the overall progress. It is an effective form your company can improve the work in a long-term perspective and improve business continuity strategy.
Hidden Brains Team’s Preparedness during Covid -19
Hidden Brains provides remote staffing services and hire remote developers based on projects for different industries. Our team of professional developers and designers are working online from home to beat the challenges of the pandemic. The core purpose is to help both our clients and team overcome the crisis and avert both humanitarian and economic crisis.
Our team is deeply experienced in a virtual environment. Hidden Brains team has deployed and used collaboration technologies and tools for remote working.
We are faced with the clear objective of helping clients during this time of adversity and at the same time maintaining zero risks for the team and community. We have standardized working from home for our teams and continue to provide services through our dedicated resources. Face-to-face meetings and events are replaced by phone and video conferencing.
- Implementing virtual work best practices to ensure data security and best practices regarding communication and workflow.
- Staying connected using the latest tools for video conferencing, video chat, real-time chat, presentation streaming, and screen-sharing.
- Ability to communicate, track, collaborate, report project status, share files, video chat, and do all of the regular face-to-face activities
Our team is continuously monitoring and following guidelines laid by the government to curb Covid-19 pandemic such as isolation by offering ‘work from home’ arrangements since the coronavirus outbreak. Our Business Continuity Planning (BCP) team is closely monitoring changes in the situation. Our priority is to protect people while ensuring core business operations continue.