COVID 19 and Marr Procurement

We are all aware of what extraordinary times we are currently living in. COVID19 is a situation that is currently changing by the hour and as a business we are working hard to ensure no interruption in the services we provide for our clients and to ensure they have our support when they need it. If there was ever a time businesses need help saving money, we’re sure it is now.

Risks

We have done a full risk assessment of how COVID19 may affect our ability to deliver our services to our clients. We have put planned measures in place to mitigate any interruption in our usual level of support. Our team members are fully set up to work from home and we have a number of specialists in each area who can step in should a team member fall ill. We also have clear procedures in place for self-isolation to ensure we do not visit client sites and spread infection.

We will be conducting all meetings via conference call or Microsoft Teams to reduce risk of infection to our team and clients alike.

Ongoing Communication

We will be emailing our clients weekly updating them on the situation we find ourselves in. In the emails you will be told which team members are available for you for that week. We are also asking that clients inform us of any changes in the personnel within their business to ensure everything runs smoothly.

Supporting Our Clients

We want to support our clients through this very difficult time as best we can but this relies heavily on good communication. Our communication channels are accessible and open.  We are also currently working on a new blog to share with clients about ways to save money themselves in these difficult times.  This will be shared soon via email and social media and posted on our website.

Resource

If your business finds itself with a reduction in procurement resource due to illness of team members, please do get in touch as we may be able to help you through this difficult period.

Thank You

On a personal level, we want to thank all care sector providers and their incredible teams for the essential work they are doing caring for such a vulnerable group of people in such difficult times. We are full of admiration for them all.

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