Park Place Proactive in Preventing Disruption from COVID-19 Virus

February 27, 2020

Park Place Technologies is engaged in several ways to help manage the global impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak on our employees and clients.

While no Park Place employee will be deployed to any quarantined zone, Park Place will cooperate with its clients’ on-site procedures and protocols for handling precautionary measures.

We’re working with our global supply chain team to ensure that equipment is delivered with all precautions. Additionally, we are working with our global facilities teams to ensure that all Park Place facilities are held to the highest hygiene standards (informed by the CDC guidelines). We have intensified our cleaning protocols and have several measures in place to protect the health and safety of our employees and visitors.

Measures being taken by Park Place:

  • Identifying production, distribution and supply chain networks within areas potentially impacted by the pandemic in question
  • Leadership in managing the potential threat to business continuity
  • Working with local health authorities or government organizations
  • Implementing mobilization, isolation and education strategies for workers
  • Alternate skilled labor options (production / distribution / supply chain transfer to other sites in non-impacted areas of the world
  • Awareness, training and cross training
  • Local healthcare options for workers
  • Providing masks for those taking public transportation to work and or traveling via air for work

Park Place will continue to be proactive in its concern for our employees and clients.

Customers can find our COVID-19 Virus FAQ Here

About the Author

Nicola Buckley,
As Executive Vice President, Global Service Delivery, Nicola is responsible for Global Service Operations delivery including the Global Support Center, Advanced Engineering and Field Service Delivery. Nicola is focused on developing expert technical teams supported by next generation technology capabilities. This includes IoT, M2M and Big Data technologies delivering a superior digital experience through AI. Nicola is focused on driving a trusted partnership with our customers, by helping them with their own personal journey of consolidation and optimization. Prior to joining Park Place Technologies, Nicola was with Dell EMC for 20 years. She held various roles, starting as a technical support engineer. From there she held several Customer First focused roles, including Customer Satisfaction programs, programs supporting IoT and M2M capabilities and led a customer and technical support organization delivering Enterprise Hybrid Cloud, Converged and Hyper Converged organizations. Nicola is a native of Ireland. She attended University College Cork for a Bachelors degree in Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering, and Brandeis University for a Masters degree in Program Management. Nicola currently resides in Massachusetts with her husband, daughter and son.