Statement from Savience regarding COVID-19

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The Savience team would like to offer its reassurance that the safety and wellbeing of our employees, partners and customers is at the forefront of our thoughts at this extremely difficult time.

The coronavirus outbreak is placing enormous pressures right across society, none more so than on those involved in caring for those affected by this disease. Our thoughts are with you.

For us to continue to support our customers we have extended our flexible working policy to allow our staff to work from home. Using technology, not only can we help to protect our Savience colleagues, but we are able to assist in supporting our customers in the situation that significant numbers of our community are required to limit their movements and daily activities.

Thank you for your understanding, we will continue to update you as the situation unfolds.

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