Digite Infotech announced that all of its employees had donated one-day of their salaries and the company has contributed an equivalent amount to the Government of India’s PM-CARES Fund to support the government’s efforts to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. Apart from this, the company has also made donations to Maharashtra and Karnataka state, for helping the daily wage workers and those working relentlessly in the Emergency Services.
Making the announcement, Digite’s chief executive officer AV Sridhar said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nations, governments, organizations and the ordinary people in an unprecedented manner. The impact on front-line first responders including healthcare professionals, police and other authorities as well as essential service providers is significant and serious. We are doing our bit to help the Indian government deal with the crisis in an effective manner.”
Digite provides Enterprise-class Lean or Agile project and work management tools and solutions to help distributed teams collaborate effectively in getting their work done – and this has never been more important than now.
Elaborating further, Sridhar said “At Digite, we have made sure all our employees in all locations are working from home. We’ve quickly adjusted to it and strive to continue delivering the highest levels of performance, availability and support. Our priority remains to ensure we can help our customers continue getting their work done. All our teams have been given the resources and flexibility they need to be able to support them better. And, my team and I are available round the clock to help them whenever they require it.”
To help the community at large, especially remote teams and knowledge workers everywhere, Digite has also made their enterprise visual management product – SwiftKanban, free for everyone till 30 June.