Expertflow Business Continuity Processes
Here is how Expertflow aims to ensure business continuity in case of significant external advrese conditions.
We have since the beginning of Expertflow since 2007 worked internationally together at a distance via remote tools. So as long as there is Internet, there is Expertflow.
In all larger offices we have UPS that last two hours, a Diesel Generator with sufficient Diesel to run the office for several days, two independent glass fiber trunks and (unarmed) guards.
We try to have at least two people being well aware of a particular topic so we don't have single points of failure.
We are proactively recruiting across all our offices so as not ot have a single point of failure . This includes various nationalities and religions (Coptic Christians, Muslims Hindus, Christians). This is not only done with the intent to support clients locally, but also with the intent for business continuity in regard to working hours, holidays, language, tribes/ ethics (we intentionally hire both Shia and Sunni in Pakistan, both Yoruba and Ebo in Nigeria, both Coptic Christians and Muslims in Egypt. We prefer to hire women and minorities.
We see diversity as an essential factor to stability and regularly discuss culture internally - including for ex training on how Pakistanis and persons from India can work together, how we fight corruption, how we ensure data privacy for our customers, how people should dress on camera in which country.
We have a home-at-work policy for all our employees. Coming to the office is optional, voluntary and discouraged. We have installed air filters in all office rooms, sanitation/ sterilization stations, and all our frequently-touched spaces (door handles, toilets,...) are disinfected on a regular basis. Mask-wearing is mandatory. Our offices follow Cov guidelines by local authorities. The CEO has direct access to a senior Epidemilogist in Switzerland. Expertflow implements the more stringent of measures (either by the local authorities or Switzerland)
Emerging Markets - Political unrest/ Corruption