Globallogic Statement of Preparedeness for Coronavirus

Updated March 27, 2020

A message from GlobalLogic President and CEO

I hope you and your family, and all your employees are safe and healthy during this unprecedented crisis. Our sincere sympathies, prayers and positive thoughts go out to all those who have been afflicted with the virus.

At GlobalLogic we are doing everything we can to assure our employees’ health and safety, and to minimize impact to client projects. At this time, we have had no reported Coronavirus infections at any of our facilities, and no client projects have been effected. Over the past week, we transitioned over 85% of our employees to work from home (WFH), and we continue to follow all local health regulations to keep our team safe. For the latest status of our response efforts, please visit the GlobalLogic Coronavirus Prevention and Response web page.

We understand that almost all of our client’s businesses are under pressure; some critical and some moderate. You have always treated us as a partner and not a vendor, and in that spirit we stand with you during these challenging times and will do everything we can to support you in your plans. Our promise is that we will do our best in not missing a beat as we transition to working from home / remotely. If you are experiencing increasing financial pressure, then please reach out to your account manager, our Chief Operating Officer (COO) Nitesh Banga (coo@globallogic.com), or feel free to contact me directly (ceo@globallogic.com). We’re ready to work with you, and to find creative ways to keep our projects on track. Our aim is to support you in any way we can.

As always, we are thankful for your business and partnership. We look forward to working with you as we navigate these challenging times together.

Updated March 27, 2020

GlobalLogic has been monitoring and upgrading our response to the Coronavirus crisis since the beginning stages of the outbreak. At the time of this writing, we currently have no reported cases of employee Coronavirus infection, and no GlobalLogic business operations or client projects have been impacted. We have invoked our Business Continuity Plans (BCP) moving nearly all employees to Work From Home to reduce risk, and to comply to all local regulations and heath orders. To maximize employee safety, and to reduce risk of impact to client projects, we continue to take action on a number of fronts.

Prevention & Reducing Risk to Employees & Client Projects:

  • March 27, 2020: GlobalLogic is fully compliant with all national and regional regulations and health orders. At this time, 98% of all employees worldwide are now performing their duties in Work From Home (WFH) locations. We have experienced no interruptions to client projects at this time. Employees are working on standard corporate issued equipment and security protocols and training has been issued to all members working remotely to assure cyber-security including Secure VPN and Multi-Factor Authentication (as required).
  • March 9, 2020: GlobalLogic began invoking our BCP response and began initial transitions of employees to Work From Home (WFH) arrangements in key Geographies in North America & Europe. Transition was also initiated in our India locations (over a week ahead of recently announced National lockdown. Within one week 30-50% of employees were conducting work from home or remote locations.
  • February 26, 2020: GlobalLogic further enacted expanded travel guidelines to eliminating all travel, domestic and international, and cancelled all large internal and external gatherings and meetings.
  • February 10, 2020: GlobalLogic canceled all participation in, and employee travel, to major industry trade shows taking place in February including Mobile World Congress (Barcelona) and Embedded World (Nuremberg, Germany), Road to Reinvention Sumit (California). All large gatherings for internal meetings were put on hold indefinitely.
  • January 31, 2020:, in order to reduce risk of infection to employees, GlobalLogic announced travel restrictions, asking employees to cancel any travel to China or any heavily impacted countries for any work-related purpose. In addition, employees were given the option to opt out of any international travel (to destinations other than China) if they had concerns about the risk of infection.

All employees have been advised to follow the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines on prevention and treatment of Coronavirus (see Resources sidebar)

At GlobalLogic our top priorities are the health and welfare of our employees, and the success of our client projects. Should you have any questions, please contact your GlobalLogic team member for further details. You can also send questions / inquiries to cvresponse@globallogic.com.

Thank you,

GlobalLogic Management