Dictionary definition of the word relentless

iConvergence is not unlike other businesses during these challenging times. We’ve approached the crisis with caution, absorbing available, credible information to make informed decisions that put people first.

Certainly there is a lot of fear and uncertainty, but these emotions are secondary to our desire to respond. To protect our families, assist our clients and to being a responsible human being. If you’ve much time around our employees, this probably comes as no surprise. We’ve always been a company that cared. We care about treating our employees well. We care about doing things the right way and to doing work we’re proud of. We care about our clients, and do everything in our power to treat them as we would want to be treated.

What you think of us means everything.

Lately, we’ve been focused on the word “relentless,” and for good reason. It’s the one word that has described our behavior over the years, particularly in how we respond to client needs. And in the time of COVID-19, we’ll need to be relentless in ways we’d perhaps never considered. In how we approach personal safety and in how we respond to our clients in new and challenging ways.

Many of you are scrambling attempting to set up at home workers and keep the engine running. It’s hard, especially when so many things seem so uncertain. But the one thing we want you to know is that we are here for you. As a vendor, a friend or even just a shoulder to cry on.

Let us know how we can help, whether it’s technology related or not.

Beau Peyton,

Director of Sales and Marketing