COVID-19 Customer Service Update from Genovo

COVID-19 Customer Service Update from Genovo

Ed Evans

As the impact of COVID-19 increases across the globe, I wanted to explain the steps we have taken and will be taking to ensure continuity of customer service over the coming weeks.

First and foremost we aim to maintain the level of service that our customers expect from Genovo, whilst at the same time ensuring that we do all we can to keep our customers, staff, partners and suppliers safe. As the situation progresses, our plans may change. But here’s what we’re doing right now…

1. We’ve already migrated all of our staff to home working. Fortunately, we are an online business that is well-experienced in working with our customers remotely, over the phone or email, rather than in person, and as a result we expect little disruption to the level of service you will experience from us. As things stand we see no reason why we cannot continue to support our customers, and develop the Genovo product and associated support resources to the high standard we have always done.

2. We have, however, stopped all ‘non-essential’ business travel, which for us means all business travel. We are keen to do our bit to help stop the spread of the virus and believe this is the sensible and responsible thing to do, especially given that all of our business activities can be achieved online.

3. We have extended full telephone support to all users of Genovo irrespective of whether they are in trial, or the plan they are signed up to.

This is clearly a worrying and difficult time for everyone, and we will continue to keep a close eye on what the government and health experts are saying. The wellbeing of our customers, staff, partners and suppliers is paramount and we will continue to evolve our plans as the situation develops.

Most importantly, I hope you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy during this time. Keep smiling. We are all in this together, and we will get through it together.

Written by Ed Evans

Ed heads up operations at Genovo, and makes sure everything runs like clockwork! He's been involved, in one capacity or another, in writing suitability reports for over twenty years. Having started out as a paraplanner, he achieved the AFPC (as it was known way back then) whilst working as a financial planner with Sedgwick Financial Consultants in London. On returning to his beloved home town of Shrewsbury in 2002, Ed set up one of the very first outsourced paraplanning companies in the country. It was then that he saw the opportunity to combine his experiences of suitability report writing with his love of technology, and in 2008 he co-founded Paraplanning Online. The rest, as they say, is history.

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