As COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to spread across the world, rest assured that FreshAddress is taking every precaution necessary to ensure the safety and health of our employees while keeping our business and services for you running seamlessly as usual.

FreshAddress’s COVID-19 Measures:
    • As a leading technology company, all of our employees are equipped to work remotely via secure VPN, connecting into their work computers as if they were on-site.
    • We are closely following the guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health officials to minimize our employees’ exposure to this virus and any resulting downtime.
    • All technology, security, privacy, and infrastructure policies will remain in effect regardless of staff location.
    • Our robust disaster recovery and business continuity plans will ensure our business and the services we provide to you continue without any disruption.

Accordingly, we are conducting “business as usual” in providing our services to you, our valued clients and partners, during this unprecedented time.  In other words, there will be no reduction in the unparalleled client service, sales support, and results you have come to expect from FreshAddress over the past twenty years.

We have weathered the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Boston Marathon bombings, and numerous natural disasters over the past two decades and there’s one commonality I see in the aftermath of each of these horrific events – people throughout the world coming together and coming out stronger in the end!

Our best wishes for you, your families, and your companies to remain out of harm’s way.


Bill Kaplan

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