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A Message to Our Clients About COVID-19

As we monitor and learn more about the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, we want to share what Insyteful is doing to protect our employees and their families while ensuring we continue to deliver for our clients and partners.

Although it is too early to know the full impact this virus could have on our communities, we have a continuity plan in place to specifically address scenarios that could impact our Insyteful family and disrupt our business—including the possibility that our employees will need to work remotely for a period of time.

As our technology infrastructure continues to evolve and improve, we have built in a virtual platform to respond to a changing workforce and work environment. All of our Insyteful staff have the software/hardware in place so all of us can easily and securely work from home.

Like you, we will be watching the situation closely and making any key decisions based on guidance from health professionals and officials. We are addressing in-person client meetings and site visits on a case-by-case basis and will continue to work with you to ensure we are doing what is best for our collective people. If we need to adjust our operations in any capacity or make changes that could impact our work together, we will communicate that information immediately.

As always, we appreciate the opportunity to work with you. It is also not lost on us that the last few weeks have been trying for your organizations. On behalf of everyone at Insyteful, thank you for everything you are doing. If you need help in crafting messaging or responding to your own clients and customers, please reach out and let us know how we can be of help.

Sincerely,

Ray Methvin
Insyteful

Insyteful Macon County Launch

Made in Macon

We are excited to introduce the Macon County Economic Development's new website that is full of Insyteful features to help give decision makers key data and enhanced visuals quickly and easily.

Governor Ivey Dedicates Little Canoe Creek AdvantageSite

Governor Kay Ivey at the Little Canoe Creek AdvantageSite Dedication

"Excited to be in Etowah County to celebrate Little Canoe Creek Industrial Park being an 1,100 acre Advantage Megasite! The work that has gone into receiving this designation signals to every company looking to expand their operations, that we're ready for them right here in Alabama"
– Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, Twitter