Covid 19 - We’re Open for Business!
Important message on Covid-19: We are open to business as usual, whilst working to mitigate the impact on staff and customers.
- We’re open for business – ready to help innovative companies in these challenging times
- We’re protecting staff and suppliers
- We’re continuing to support our existing customers with business continuity plans
Open for Business
Blueberry has a distributed workforce, already well practiced in remote working – we’re able to work almost as normal. In fact, we’ve completed projects before Coronavirus without meeting the customer!
Coronavirus is causing huge damage to many consumer-facing businesses. But at the same time, there are sectors of the economy facing a huge increase in demand – and new markets opening up – and funding is readily available from the Government to support any project that will secure employment.
Blueberry can assist such businesses in managing growth and approaching new markets through creative use of new technology. We have a unique Web Template technology that gives us a huge head-start and helps our customers get to market far more quickly.
Please contact us for more details.
Staff and Community
Blueberry is committed to an evidence-led and common-sense approach to containing the coronavirus outbreak and mitigating its impact on staff, customers and the larger business community.
We have business continuity plans in place to minimise the risk of infection and to make sure we can continue delivering a business-as-usual service to our customers.
We’ve also implemented a social distancing policy in all our offices and are urging all visitors to follow hygiene advice. Hand sanitisers and tissues have been issued in all offices.
Being a distributed company, with capabilities already in place for remote working, gives Blueberry quite a bit of protection in these difficult times. If you’re a customer, rest assured that Blueberry appreciates the trust you place in us. We’ll ensure your projects remain unaffected by the current challenges.
We have an established capability for employees to work from home and to continue to progress projects normally using our tried and tested remote solutions for seamless working.
“Now that the patient management system has been operational for some time at the Lister and QEII hospitals, the benefits are really starting to emerge. In fact, the staff who originally resisted the system now threaten death if it goes offline!" Teri-ann Grange I.T. Projects Manager East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust