Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Hastily, companies seek technology and prepare work in quarantine times

After the new coronavirus pandemic was enacted, many companies without the culture of distance work faced the challenge of maintaining the company's day-to-day life in quarantine times, imposed by the need to stop the advance of the virus. After drawing up contingency plans, which even include notebook rentals, companies already project that some of the successful experiences, such as the home office in part of the week, can be adopted after the end of the crisis. At Eventials, a webinar platform, as online conference or videoconferencing are called, demand for the product grew 150% in the first week of the pandemic. "Our customers have begun to increase the scope of the use of the tool and we are also having demand for new customers," says thiago Lima, president and founder of the company. With 420 customers before the crisis, Eventials already plans to close the month with 500. "Companies were forced to rethink their work habits," he says. There, the practice of home office, or telework, which was already reality, is being fully adopted at this time. After the new coronavirus pandemic was enacted, many companies without the culture of distance work faced the challenge of maintaining the company's day-to-day life in quarantine times, imposed by the need to stop the advance of the virus. After drawing up contingency plans, which even include notebook rentals, companies already project that some of the successful experiences, such as the home office in part of the week, can be adopted after the end of the crisis. At Eventials, a webinar platform, as online conference or videoconferencing are called, demand for the product grew 150% in the first week of the pandemic. "Our customers have begun to increase the scope of the use of the tool and we are also having demand for new customers," says thiago Lima, president and founder of the company. With 420 customers before the crisis, Eventials already plans to close the month with 500. "Companies were forced to rethink their work habits," he says. There, the practice of home office, or telework, which was already reality, is being fully adopted at this time.
O Estado de S.Paulo - 23/03/2020 News Item translated automatically
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