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Columbus is carefully following the corona situation closely. We are strongly committed to continue to serve our customers while ensuring the safety of our employees.

We are strongly committed to continue to serve our customers at a time when local governments are putting travel restrictions in place. We will mitigate any potential impact to our customer engagements while ensuring the safety of our employees, thus   travel across borders to support the global desire to stop the spread of the COVID-19.

In Columbus we are able to serve you well completely digitally; from early engagement discussions to project initiation, implementation and application management.With today’s technology, physical meetings can be replaced by virtual meetings and we will be using remote collaboration tools to continue to best serve our customers and reduce the impact of the COVID-19 situation.

Overall, we follow the guidance provided by the WHO, as they recommend that physical contact is kept at a minimum, that we all regularly and thoroughly clean our hands and maintain social distance. We also follow guidelines from local authorities and obey imposed restrictions.

Columbus is loyal to our customers, partners and employees, we have the right mindset, tools and processes to serve you during this serious situation.

We are thankful for your understanding and commitment in times that will be challenging for all and we are convinced that we will be able to meet these challenges together.

 

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