In line with its customer care policy, a frontline identity management company, Chams PLC has explained the relevance of its operations to the economy under the current regime of COVID-19 pandemic, assured its teeming customers and partners of seamless service delivery and empathized with the medical officials and others that are impacted by the pandemic.
Besides, the company whose two of its premium products, VOTA and Confirm Me are highly sought after by government and corporate entities, is at the top gear of expanding its innovative products portfolio for global competitiveness and enhanced shareholder value.
The Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mr Gavin Young, in a letter to the company’s customers and partners at the weekend, explained that Chams’ operation was highly beneficial to the current operating climate, largely driven by digital models, emphasizing that the company had activated its business continuity plans for steady operation.
“ The company has developed and activated business continuity plans to ensure continued service to our customers and safety of our employees. As an innovation company, a number of our solutions are particularly beneficial at this point.
“ We are encouraged by the many promising initiatives around the world to develop, test and release a machine which could be rolled out worldwide in a relatively short space of time. Chams has been in business for over 34 years, living our core values of Inventiveness, Candor, Agility, Savvy and Excitement. These enduring values have stood the test of time and continued to guide us as we deliver services and innovation, particularly, over this time.
” I personally want to appreciate and recognize all our medical professionals and care givers in hospitals, nursing centers, and clinics. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you perform your valuable role at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are also with those individuals, families and loved ones that are impacted by this pandemic.
“ As our nation became more aware of coronavirus, our company began implementing directives to limit the potential exposure to COVID-19 and we continue to follow the World Health Organization (WHO) and Nigeria Centre for Disease Control’s (NCDC’s ) guidance to maintain a virus-free work environment.”, said Young.