Tech Company Invonto extends coronavirus work-from-home to September 2021
09/06/2020

Bridgewater NJ-based technology consulting company Invonto shares an update on their business.

Online PR News – 06-September-2020 – Bridgewater, New jersey – Bridgewater NJ-based technology consulting company Invonto recently shared an update on their business including plans for getting employees back in the office, a followup on its technology assistance program for U.S. businesses, the future of its Virtual Reality Roadshow events, and a new initiative to support American businesses.

Invonto employees started working remotely from early March. Since then the Invonto team has adapted to remote work and has continued to support the technology needs of all clients. While Invonto’s newly established headquarters in New Jersey allowed for seamless collaboration, Invonto understands the inherent risks of bringing employees back in the enclosed space during the pandemic. To ensure the safety and well-being of employees and their families, Invonto has extended the work-from-home policy until September 2021.

“As a tech company, we have the required tools and practices in place to stay efficient while working remotely. In the last few months, we have successfully delivered several client projects while staying on time and budget. While working from the office has its advantages, we find it highly risky at this time to bring employees back to the office. And so, we’ve decided to continue working remotely until it is safe to return to the office.” said Maulik Shah, CEO of Invonto.

Shortly after the beginning of the pandemic, Invonto had announced a unique technology assistance program to assist US-based businesses with their software development needs. Under this program, companies receive Invonto’s software development services at lower costs without compromising on quality or engaging in long-term commitments. Invonto is currently engaged in many exciting projects as a result of this ongoing initiative. Invonto is helping an educational institute create a mobile app to support its remote learning initiatives. Invonto partnered with an industrial engineering company to create a customer portal. Invonto created a virtual reality simulation of a new lab for a pharmaceutical company. Invonto is also assisting a biotech company to create digital tools for their research related to COVID-19.

Invonto is still accepting new applicants for the tech assistance program. Companies needing help with their software initiatives can reach out to Invonto to learn more about the program.

In addition to its tech assistance initiative, Invonto is continually seeking opportunities to support local businesses. Invonto recently launched American Inc., an exclusive platform for U.S. businesses. American Inc platform helps companies promote their brands to customers who prefer buying US-made products and services.

Invonto, a leader in virtual reality app development, hosts Virtual Reality Roadshow events at venues across New York and New Jersey. Invonto's VR Roadshow events allow participants to gain first-hand experience of virtual reality technology and its potential for businesses. In an effort to follow CDC social distancing guidelines, Invonto has decided to suspend all future events through January 2021. Invonto will instead offer virtual events to live stream VR experiences and educate audiences on the benefits of virtual reality for business.

To learn more about Invonto, visit http://www.invonto.com.