BMM Testlabs announced Thursday the release of its White Paper 'An overview of BMM's Approach to Remote Testing During COVID-19 Crisis,' where the company details the steps is taking to ensure employees’ safety, at the same time as providing uninterrupted service for its customers.
BMM's CEO Martin Storm said in an open message that facing the impacts of COVID-19, BMM continues to prioritize staff, customers and those in its global and local communities. BMM leadership has established a Crisis Action & Response for Employees (CARE) Committee to ensure the welfare of our staff, their well-being, health and safety as well as ensuring business continuity for all of its customers and staff, Storm remarked.
BMM has 14 offices around the world and it employs more than 400 staff. At each of these locations, Storm said the company is utilizing best practices, increased health and safety education and stringent guidelines for staff. This includes remote testing and work from home for a great many of its global employees. For those working in a lab, it is ensuring their safety through meticulous cleaning procedures and meeting and exceeding social distancing guidelines. BMM is also providing continuous, productive and high quality testing, remote security and remote management for its customer's games and systems.
“At times like these it's important that we all support one another and that's why BMM would like to extend a helping hand to those in need. If you, or someone that you know needs assistance, please get in touch and we will help out when and wherever we can,” Storm stated.
“Please be assured that we will continue to provide our customers with the high level of care, attention and service they can always expect from BMM and we look forward to continuing to work with you over these next few weeks,” he concluded.