Hurricane Sandy: What to Tell Clients?
What about clients who had scheduled service or installations today and tomorrow?
It’s a fine line. You certainly want to keep your customers’ home networks and entertainment systems online so they can follow the path of the storm and receive essential emergency notifications, but you also don’t want to send out your crews to battle downed power lines and trees.
Several integrators in the bull’s eye of the storm are doing an efficient job. CE Pro 100 integrator Bethesda Systems in Bethesda, Md. is doing a thorough job of keeping its clients informed about the status of service availability during the storm.
On the eve of the storm, Bethesda sent out this message notifying customers of the situation.
Later, as the storm’s wrath hit the area, the company sent out another communique to let clients know the office was closing.
Meanwhile, acoustical engineering and sound specialist Sound Sense in East Hampton, N.Y. is also catching the wrath of the storm on Long Island. The company sent out this simple message to clients that is not only informative, but empathetic.
What are you telling your clients?