While it might be possible that our operation and logistics will be impacted, Aliter is confident that we can keep rolling, as the COVID-19 situation stands now. Stay safe and do not hesitate to contact us if you need anything.
2020-03-16 16:20:00 | Case study | Jai Morton | << We Share
In light of unprecedented events, we’re all aware that work really isn’t business as usual around many parts of the world right now. Across the globe, large corporations are putting health and safety first, taking necessary precautions, and asking staff and teams to work from home. There are also widespread travel bans in place for employees.
An unexpected challenge
You likely find yourself in the same situation.
Beyond health implications, it’s become clear that there are logistics and technology implications as well.
While many of us working from home and/or part of internationally-based teams are lucky to rely on tech, wifi and streaming, more so than ever, this scenario can pose some challenges.
Fast, stable and reliable connections aren’t guaranteed, but perhaps the bigger challenge lies in the fact that China is one of the world’s largest tech and networking equipment manufacturers and exporters.
A solution in local, refurbished tech
More than ever, we stand behind our mantra – ‘good for people, planet and profit’, and are glad to offer help during this time of reduced operation and travel.
Refurbished equipment is better than new in many ways – after going through our rigorous testing and upgrading process.
We’re able to offer:
- Faster delivery
- Lifelong guarantee
- Lower price
On behalf of the team at Aliter, we want to send you our heartfelt wishes for your health and safety during this time. Take care of yourselves and each other throughout what will be a challenging time, but no doubt, a time when humanity rises to meet it.
If you think you might be in need of refurbished tech support or equipment, we’d love to help. Please get in touch via the contact page. Aliter is still operating out of both our Dutch and Singapore HQs, albeit with some expected transport and delivery delays.