Internetwork Engineering (IE), is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and has taken steps in order to protect all its stakeholders. We continue to monitor the situation and follow all recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization (WHO), and local authorities.
IE’s workforce is spread across the various geographies that we serve. We can support our customers in a home-based capacity because of this. These key resources will continue to support our customers using the best possible means and in accordance with client directives.
Specific to COVID-19 IE has taken these steps to identify, monitor and respond to the most serious areas of business risk. We also want to be able to provide uninterruptible support for our clients. These measures will be periodically reviewed and remain in effect until further notice.
As of March 2,
Formed a COVID-19 Response Team comprised of leaders from each department to monitor conditions and respond accordinglyDistributed communication to all IE staff providing general guidance and encouraging personal behavior consistent with CDC guidelinesReviewed and updated our Business Continuity Plan to include an explicit COVID-19 response protocol establishing business continuity objectives for each department.Conducted additional verification of our systems and processes to confirm that we can seamlessly support 100% work-from-home for all IE personnelHeightened our response to Cybersecurity risks given greater reliance on remote workers and virtual environments
As of March 16
All IE offices closed to non-personnelAll IE workers have the option of working from home if they choose. Cancelled all non-essential travel, and limited onsite work based upon customer request
As IE tackles this unprecedented challenge, we will align our policies, systems and actions with the goals outlined above, and adjust as prudence or changing circumstances require.
President and CEO
About Chuck Steiner
Chuck Steiner is IE’s President & CEO. He has more than 20 years of experience in the field of consulting, including extensive Enterprise Architecture design and complex integration. He was the first employee to join IE in 1998. He has been instrumental in helping IE transform from a small consulting company to a network integration company with operations across multiple states and vertical markets.