My heart goes out to the many people around the world whose health and wellbeing will be affected by this horrible pandemic. We have asked everyone at Alyne to contribute to #flattenthecurve and #socialdistancing by not coming into the office, not travelling and #staythefhome. Beyond that, all we can do immediately is be grateful for the selfless hard work of medical professionals and others doing everything to keep us safe.
What we can immediately influence is how bad we let this crisis affect us economically. The mid and long term effects of a severe economic crisis will impact more people than the actual virus - and it is within our power to decide how bad this economic crisis will be.
Alyne is open for business.
We have designed Alyne to be highly resilient and completely virtual as one of our core values. We have trained regularly for scenarios that will require us to work virtually and we are doing exactly that. We have not experienced any impact on our operations, our creativity, agility or even team spirit. For Mission Control and every voyage that is, and has gone before - the success relies primarily on two factors: resilient technology and the strength of the team's communication.
My commitment to partners and vendors we are currently engaging with: Alyne will continue along its growth trajectory and we will continue to leverage your support. I ask all of Alyne’s customers, prospects and friends to do the same.
The connections and contacts we make through travelling we pay for with time. We now all have this time at our disposal to connect virtually, focus on individual topics in more detail or simply get stuff done that has been piling up. I see the change of pace and style that has been forced upon us as an opportunity. Together - let’s keep the economy open for business.
At Alyne, we see it as business as usual - only virtual. Take a listen to our newly released podcast to hear more about our thoughts and approach to remaining productive in a disruptive environment.