TrinSoft’s COVID-19 Readiness
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on all aspects of our lives. Our main concern is the safety of our team, clients and community. We are working hard to stay in touch with current recommendations from the CDC, federal and state authorities.
Kentucky has begun reopening under the Governor’s “Healthy at Work” plan. Details can be found here. We are following these guidelines and have reopened our Lexington office with limited team members. We expect to do our part to be sure the reopening process is safe and healthy for everyone involved. We are taking extra precautions with additional cleaning & sanitation. We are requiring masks in all common areas and are following social distancing guidelines. Most of our team is continuing to work remotely, and we are fully capable of providing all our services in this manner. We look forward to getting back to our “new normal” but expect to operate in this current manner for the remainder of 2020.
We have received numerous inquiries about our solutions that help organizations work remotely. We are able to demonstrate these and install them at this time. We have also sent out numerous generic resources via e-mail, Twitter and LinkedIn and have created a COVID-19 general resource page that can be found here: COVID-19 Resource Center
Our thoughts are with those that have been directly impacted by COVID-19. We are committed to continuing to support your organization during this time and we thank you for working with us through this pandemic. We are all in this together. Please reach out directly if you have any questions or concerns, and if you need support, please contact email@example.com. Stay safe and hopefully we will get back to some degree of normalcy soon.
Updated: March 26, 2020, 10:00 am
The COVID-19 concern continues to evolve at a quick pace and TrinSoft’s main concern is the safety of our team, clients and community. We are working hard to stay in touch with current recommendations from the CDC, federal and state authorities.
Yesterday, the Governor has updated his recent executive order and adopted a “Health at Home” policy for all Kentuckians. As a part of this policy, he is now requiring all businesses that are not Life-Sustaining to only operate remotely. This executive order is effective at 8:00 pm on Thursday, March 26. Although TrinSoft is not a direct Life-Sustaining business, we do provide services to keep life-sustaining companies operational. In addition, we are able to provide these services remotely. As a result, we will continue to be available to provide services on a remote basis but will no longer keep our physical office location open. Given the fact that we have been operating 95% remotely for nearly two weeks already, we do not see this as having a significant impact on us and we will continue to be available to provide support or service for your business and information systems as needed.
We have sent out numerous resources via e-mail, Twitter and LinkedIn and we will continue to do so as we come across them. We have also created a COVID-19 general resource page and we will keep it current as we come across things. It can be found here: COVID-19 Resource Center
Our thoughts are with those that have been directly affected by COVID-19. TrinSoft is committed to continuing to support your organization during this time and we thank you for being a loyal client. Please reach out directly if you have any questions or concerns, and if you need support please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.