​How does the Corona virus affect Transsmart & Unifaun?

Due to the ongoing spread of the Coronavirus, we want to inform you that we have taken sincere actions to ensure that we are not putting our systems, co-workers or customers at any risk.

Our most important objective is to run our business without jeopardizing our health whilst making sure our systems are up and running as usual.

Another equally important aspect is of course to do what we can, both as a company and as individuals, to reduce the effects of this virus. Both Transsmart and Unifaun are closely monitoring and following ECDC guidance and local guidance in our regions where we operate as part of our Business Continuity Plan (BCP).

In addition to our ongoing business continuity plan we are also adding additional proactive requirements, such as staying at home for two weeks after travelling to confirmed risk areas and refraining from business travel to the same areas. No problems in our delivery of services are foreseen. Also, additional measures have been taken to reduce possible spreading of virus that might have implications on our service delivery.