The past few weeks have proven to be an extremely challenging and difficult time for all of us. We are facing something we haven’t experienced before and to be honest, it’s scary. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone in the U.S. and throughout the world. It has impacted our businesses, our schools, our communities, and our way of life. Today, our daily routines are far from the routines that we are accustomed to. Many of us are working from home, educating our children using e-learning activities, and are socializing with friends and loved ones using Zoom.
While social distancing practices and government issued stay-at-home orders have forced our communities to stay apart from one another, we have found a way to come together and work through this time of crisis. And that is exactly what we are doing at Stenograph.
Stenograph has been supporting stenographers for over 80 years. During that time, our support and dedication to the court reporting and captioning industry has remained constant. We will continue to be here for our customers during this crisis and long after.
Here is what our team is currently doing for the stenographer:
- Despite a stay-at-home order in Illinois, we have been working to fulfill all orders and service all writers, so we aren’t restricting your productivity.
- Our sales, customer service, and technical support teams are working remotely, around the clock, and taking calls to provide you with the assistance you need.
- We are working to roll out online training sessions that can help you work remotely and make you more productive during this time.
- Special product bundles and deferred payment offers on key products, to help you work remotely, will be released.
We understand that our customers are facing unprecedented closures and work shortages during this crisis. We are working hard to help ease that pain. The strength to emerge from this pandemic will come from us working together. We will recover and we will be stronger. Don’t forget, we are all in this together.
“The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word ‘crisis.’ One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger- but recognize the opportunity.” -John F. Kennedy