Sean Price Posts
Whilst many businesses have and continue to suffer greatly due to the pandemic, many have been shut completely as a result of such. It is easy to look at this situation as complete disaster.
There are however some businesses experiencing the opposite situation and may have seen a growth spurt as a result of this global situation. Businesses across delivery and e-commerce have largely seen increases in business along with online tutoring and education, remote work and tech infrastructure such as SaaS and PasS.
Recently I was featured once again on the Benjamin Brain podcast ‘The Truth About Business’ in a special round table episode that focused on how businesses are coping during this period of uncertainty.
Event driven growth scenarios are not uncommon, whether a pandemic and certain industries pick up, a natural disaster and a specific product gets popular, a competitor struggles and shuts down and you end up with new business – these things occur.
Its important to stick to what your baseline of pre-pandemic business was in the first place, what is it you are the best at, what is your team world class at delivering. Some of the new found customers will stay, others may not, if you have experienced growth during this down turn – don’t take that for granted. If your business isn’t up to delivering the experience the customer needs they will go elsewhere as soon as another viable option appears.
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One of the interesting things we have come to notice during this global pandemic is the rush for many organisations to re-look at their third party maintenance options, particularly around storage maintenance.
Whilst as a company we have remained fairly quiet, not advertising or promoting our services to take advantage of the global crisis – instead we have hunkered down put ourselves to work and continue to deliver service excellence.
It should come as no surprise really that during these times corporations are looking to ensure the integrity of data but also that of continued service as demand grows around the world for almost every service provider and corporation out there.
I’m proud of not only our efforts to help those in need during this crisis, but more so of the millions of people around the globe doing everything they can to help the planet return to some sense of normality in the months to come.Comments closed
A puzzle made up on thousands of tiny pieces, a hobby I’ve always enjoyed and as part of what is being built with Velez Managed Services – our global third party maintenance business we have purchased certain assets of Kosbit Ltd.
Whilst formal plans and strategies around this won’t become apparent until Q3 – its an important piece to our overall corporate strategy and the things we are putting together in our own puzzle.
I’m really pleased to see that the work that’s being done, both operationally and from that of our people within the organisation has not been deterred by the goings on from covid-19 rather its become something that has brought everyone a little closer together still.
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