March 27, 2020 Organized by The Tribune
Information technology (IT) firms yesterday said their will “heavily stress” the importance of business resiliency to every client once the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
Philip Darville, SolveIT Bahamas’ managing director, told Tribune Business yesterday that the nationwide lockdown “has affected all of us”. He added: ‘For a technology company this is about looking towards post-recovery. So right now we are pretty much just preparing how to attract new clients, and how to retain existing clients and how to help them bridge the gaps they are currently experiencing.
“But this has all taken us off-guard. This also stresses putting business resiliency at the forefront of every company. So this is a different channel that we will have to promote heavily moving forward. This not only draws the light on the physical aspect of social distancing, but also the importance of business preparedness.
“Every business, no matter the size, must put that at the forefront going forward that this probably won’t be the last time. Whether it’s a hurricane or whether it’s something of this nature, we have to look at making our business dynamic and making our business sustainable throughout events like this.”
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Information technology (IT) firms yesterday said their will “heavily stress” the importance of business resiliency to every client once the COVID-19 pandemic is over. Philip Darville, SolveIT B