As more companies prepare to make the move to a predominantly remote workforce in line with government recommendations to contain the spread of coronavirus, RBC is offering to equip businesses with the right technology including a deferred payment option to eligible clients.
RBC Group General Manger Michael Manton says a fully enabled remote workforce is unchartered territory for many businesses, but the transition can be relatively easy if the right tools are put in place.
“We have scalable solutions for small businesses right through to larger operators with ip2me, a virtualised desktop and Docs2me, which is a document and workflow management application allowing users to easily access, edit and share information remotely,” he said.
“There’s no doubt the months ahead will be challenging for many companies, but part of navigating this crisis will be how well we can remain connected to co-workers and clients to ensure we provide the same level of service wherever possible.
“Docs2me is simple to set up and can actually increase business productivity by eliminating double handling of documents, unnecessary paper trails and time wasting functions like manually searching for and sending documents.
“Businesses can use this time to evaluate and streamline their operations, and potentially establish new solutions to problems they may have encountered even before this situation unfolded.
“The takeaway is that there are options available to help businesses remain resilient in this volatile time.”