Isle of Man digital services specialist, DotPerformance is offering free technical support to help organisations and businesses on the Isle of Man deal with the effects of COVID-19.
As the Manx government continues to roll out a series of measures to protect our community from the virus, digital solutions and effective communications have never been more important.
In a recent meeting at Downing Street, the UK’s leading tech firms were told that their role in helping to contain the outbreak was utterly essential.
DotPerformance is offering the services of its experienced team of designers, developers, copywriters and marketers to help the island’s community fight coronavirus and weather this unprecedented storm.
What is the company offering?
- A free consultancy service worth £750 to help businesses who need to know what digital tools are instantly available to them.
- Rapid deployment of digital services to help organisations that need to put in place digital services in response to the rapidly evolving situation.
- Reduced rates, pro bono and voluntary work. Services will be offered at cost price to new and essential projects.
- The company’s staff has also volunteered personal time where possible.
DotPerformance has expertise in large-scale digital solutions including online ordering, click and collect, delivery service, process automation, appointment booking and supply booking.
The company can also help organisations with e-learning systems, message and jobs boards, customer portals, supplier portals, bulk email, internal comms and comms management.
Given the circumstances, DotPerformance is giving priority to the following sectors: Health and Social Care, Education and Child Care, Government, Transport and Logistics, Public Safety, Food and Necessities.
Andy Orton, founder of DotPerformance, said: “This is an unprecedented crisis and the effects on business are still unfolding. This is our way of helping other companies help deal with the situation. The situation is fluid and we intend to adapt our offerings over the coming weeks”