At Envoc, we are grateful we have the opportunity to continue working during the current quarantine. More importantly, everyone at Envoc is thankful for the workers on the frontline: nurses, doctors, sanitation, grocery workers, and many, many others who are saving lives and keeping life as normal as possible.
While it has taken some adjusting, moms and dads become homeschool teachers, and our company culture has moved more online than ever before, our Envoceans have stayed busy and productive. Here’s what we’ve been up to:
One of our most exciting developments is in-app license/ID renewal with LA Wallet. Since OMV locations were forced to close, our mobile developers worked around the clock to offer LA Wallet users another avenue for license/ID renewal. Louisiana residents who are eligible to renew online will receive push notifications 90, 30, 7 days before, and day of expiration. Additionally, LA Wallet users will receive important alerts from Governor John Bel Edwards and other state agencies.
Even as our Envoceans work from their homes, our new Envoc home in Baton Rouge is underway. This April, Calvin Fabre broke ground on Envoc’s own office building in the City Farm complex. The new office interior will still have the signature Envoc aesthetic as designed by Holly and Smith Architects. We’ll miss the Perkins area, but we’re excited to be more centrally located and can’t wait to try all the restaurants in the Jefferson Highway/Mid City neighborhood.
While we haven’t seen each other in over two months, the culture at Envoc has remained and our clients have remained our top priority. We can’t be more thankful for the incredible company we work for and the clients that challenge us to create innovative software business solutions.
As we near the light at the end of the tunnel, we wish everyone to stay healthy and optimistic. We have faith that the great people of Louisiana and the wide United States will come out of the current crisis as a stronger community and nation.