While being on the ground for Hurricane Henri the ProceMX team get the call to head to Louisiana for Hurricane Ida where our Emergency Response work and asset management will be used in the FEMA Emergency Power mission. Good luck to our team, customers and all the people of Louisiana!
ProceMX development centre is moving on 1st May. Our new premise in a traditional sandstone building in the west end of Glasgow will bring a step-up in working environment for our team of software engineers.
Team members at Procemx are pleased to join in the praise for the appointment of John Scrivani as the expected next Commissioner of New York City Emergency Management (NYCEM). We worked closely with John during his time leading the search for Potential Human Remains at the World Trade Center and wish him every success in this new position.
During these troubling times proceMX would like to assure all customers and partners that we do not anticipate any significant disruption to our business from the current situation. Our entire workforce have been working from home since well before any enforced restrictions and will continue to do so until such a time that we can return to normal office conditions without any risk.
proceMX have always operated a flexible working from home policy and facilities were already in place to allow all staff to successfully work from home and this can continue indefinitely. This will not impact customer projects in any way.
Business travel is obviously restricted at this time, however we will continue our regular customer contact using online conferencing facilities. We also have a number of strategies in place to improve in-product support and provide a high-level remote support facility if required.
We would like to take this opportunity to wish the best for everyone’s health.