CREDIT TECHNOLOGIES WORKFORCE CORONAVIRUS SAFEGUARDS
WIXOM, Mich., March 13, 2020—Credit Technologies, a credit reporting company headquartered in Michigan, has developed a structure that maintains the flow of business and combats the spread of viruses including the coronavirus among its workforce.
Less than 10% of the CT staff work at the corporate headquarters in Michigan. The majority of employees work remote from approved, secure locations dispersed among sixteen different States. In addition; contingencies are in place to move additional staff to remote positions if necessary.
“All credit reporting systems and ancillary services are enterprise clustered and available 24/7,” explained Thomas Conwell III, President and Founder of Credit Technologies. They are not subjected to any single geographic or workforce related decline.”
Kelly Marcum, Vice President, has been with the company for nearly two decades. “Leadership is always actively looking at ways to safeguard our employees, our business and our customers’ businesses as well.”
Credit Technologies have in place procedures to actively educate staff on how to protect themselves from a variety of threats including COVID-19. Credit Technologies equips the corporate office with viral and bacterial fighting supplies including disinfecting wipes, hospital grade cleaning agents and hand sanitizer at key locations throughout the building.
“I want to personally assure our customer community that Credit Technologies will be available to them when they need us. Our structure ensures our availability to our current and future customers even as we face this pandemic,” said Conwell.