Covid-19: LumApps Offers Free Crisis Communications Cloud Solution
LumApps, a leading Software-as-a-Service provider of cloud-based enterprise communication solutions, announced a new free Crisis Communications and Business Continuity platform. This prepackaged solution is designed to support US businesses currently challenged by connecting remote employees. Now, organizations and employees can closely communicate, collaborate, and share critical information — while adhering to their organization’s health and safety protocols.
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The new Crisis Communication and Business Continuity solution offers a number of free out-of-the-box templates for crisis communication, including a news center, team community forums, virtual town halls, remote work best practices, and more. The solution allows companies to publish targeted news and announcements profiled by areas of expertise, country, and language, ensuring employees can stay informed and connected. Q&A communities allow employees to share their concerns with their employers who can respond instantly, individually or collectively. This solution is built on a secure cloud environment and fully accessible via desktop and mobile. The Crisis Communications suite aims to ensure alignment, productivity, and business continuity for organizations of all sizes.
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“With millions of people around the world now working from home, it’s more important than ever for employees to stay connected to their peers,” said Sébastien Ricard, CEO, LumApps. “This is a difficult transition for many and we owe it to the community to provide a means of keeping employees informed and productive from the safety of their own homes.”
Starting March 20th, 2020, LumApps will offer free access to its cloud solution for any company with internal communication needs during this difficult time — in the US, Europe, and JAPAC.
LumApps is committed to supporting US businesses and their international clients who face similar restrictions and contribute to the global effort to maintain a constant activity for companies throughout the crisis.
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