TransparentBusiness Offers Emergency Preparedness Solution to Countries and Corporations Which Act on World Health Organization’s Recommendation
NEW YORK, New York – (February 6, 2020) – With the outbreak of coronavirus crippling the Chinese economy and potentially triggering economic fears globally, more companies are striving to heed the World Health Organizations (WHO) advice to focus on preparedness, rather than panic. TransparentBusiness, a company offering a solution to help companies allow their employees to work remotely, announces its decision to provide a 75% discount on its software to national and state governments for the duration of WHO-declared Public Health Emergency.
Remote work, which TransparentBusiness facilitates, used to be a matter of convenience and financial savings. In China, it has become a matter of containing the epidemic, making it a matter of life and death. Tens of millions of Chinese residents who can work from home using TransparentBusiness are instead required to commute to offices and congregate there for a large part of the day, which unnecessarily increases the speed of the virus spreading in commuter trains and buses and in offices. Conversely, reducing the number of commuters and office workers slows down the rate of the spread of the virus, which matters greatly given the exponential nature of virus propagation. For example, 2^10 = 1024, whereas 3^10 = 59,049, 57 times more.
TransparentBusiness is even more needed in the cities where all transportation is banned. China has imposed a transport ban around the epicenter of a deadly virus, restricting the movement of some 41 million people in 13 cities as authorities scramble to control the disease. Shutting down productive work in the city for an indefinite period of time is devastating to the national economy, businesses, and individuals. For businesses in such cities, TransparentBusiness would be the way to coordinate the efficient work of home-based professionals.
Around the world, many businesses are looking for a way to continue their productivity, and yet reduce the threat of their employees becoming infected and TransparentBusiness offers free consultations to corporate Emergency Preparedness executives.
TransparentBusiness, provides the solution that will allow a business to remain productive and profitable, while protecting their employees from the virus risks.
“We have developed the perfect solution that companies need in order to minimize the damage inflicted by coronavirus and similar health emergencies,” explains Alex Konanykhin, co-founder and chief executive officer of TransparentBusiness. “The goal is for companies to be able to allow their employees to work remotely in a productive fashion.”
In addition to reducing the risks of spreading viruses, there are additional benefits to allowing employees to work remotely. These include improving employee retention rates, saving commute time, offering a better work-life balance, increased productivity, lower costs, and having access to a large pool of talent. Working remotely allows more flexibility, as well as prevents people from unnecessary distractions in the workplace. While many companies are aware of some of the benefits of allowing their employees to work remotely, they are hesitant to allow it because they feel there is no accountability. That’s where TransparentBusiness comes in, providing the solution to that problem by making remote work easy to monitor and coordinate.
Designated by Citigroup as the Top People Management Solution, TransparentBusiness offers full transparency and real-time coordination, boosts productivity, and eliminates overbilling. For more information about the software, visit the site: https://transparentbusiness.com/.