25 Mar 2020, 13:00 — 3 min read
With a global pandemic bringing the entire world to a halt, how can you keep your business operational in a remote environment?
We are all familiar with this proverb: He who is well prepared has won half the battle. But who was prepared for the COVID-19 pandemic? Nobody. Who would have thought that this virus can bring the entire world to a halt? With a lot of small businesses shutting down and large corporations working from home, how can you seamlessly transition to a remote environment? With so many technology tools available, how will it work for your business? While it may seem difficult to shift to an entirely digital environment, it can be done with ease.
Our Kiu Business Management Platform (Kiu BMP) helps you manage your business without the need to be physically present in the workplace. Kiu BMP is cloud-based that enables team members, managers, and business owners to collaborate and have access to all facets of the business.
With Kiu BMP, you can easily do the following:
Your employees working from home will benefit from having seamless access to information about the company that they might otherwise be missing since they are not physically present at work.
Also read: Make ‘work from home’ work for you
Working from home is not an entirely new concept, it’s just not been embraced by the majority until everyone was told to practice social distancing.
Let’s all keep safe and look forward to the day when we can all see each other face-to-face and shake hands in agreement.
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