The COVID-19 pandemic suddenly made it imperative that organizations be able to operate with no one at the office. Technology played a key role in adapting to a time of social distancing. We thought we'd share how some of our clients and our employees navigated this challenging time in this special newsletter.

In this issue:
Shipper's remote workers get toilet paper delivered
Remote classes keep college on academic schedule

Insurance company stays "100% open for business"

Bankers working remotely meet customer needs
On-site when everyone else is at home
Supervising remotely with a jump in work
Logistics company gets toilet paper delivered
Chariot Logistics is a third-party logistics and transportation company headquartered in Nashville, Tenn.  Chariot ships a lot of consumer goods plus food and beverages. That includes hand sanitizer, soap, water - and toilet paper.
Learn how they went "100% remote" with little downtime.


College stays on academic schedule - remotely
Students at Williamson College are on schedule taking classes. The administration continues to meet, work on projects, and generally run the college.The current academic term at Williamson College is on track. 
Learn why Work from Home is No Big Deal for the school.

Insurance company "100% open for business"
Two years ago, if you had asked Houchens Insurance Group (HIG) President Andy Barker if the organization could handle 85 percent of its staff working from home, he would have said no.
"We would have been in an unbelieveable amount of trouble," he said.
Learn how this top 50 insurance company managed a fairly easy transition to Work from Home.

Bankers working remotely meet customers' needs
The recent weeks of Work From Home have not slowed Studio’s bankers from handling loan queries, client requests and meetings – even onboarding new clients and employees.
Read how Studio Bank is managing through Nashville's Safer At Home.

On-site when everyone else is at home

While nearly all our team worked from home, ImageQuest Field Tech Todd Broadway carefully continued to come into our office.

It’s not that he doesn’t support Work from Home. It’s just that his job is very hands-on.
Read how Broadway, who remains healthy, handled social distancing while servicing our clients' equipment.

Supervising remotely with a jump in work

ImageQuest IT Manager Angela Burgess faced a double-whammy in March. The COVID-19 pandemic suddenly sent all her employees home – and simultaneously tripled their workload.

A fun time to be a supervisor, right?
Learn how Burgess kept collaboration going when her entire team worked remotely.

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