Creating a Cohesive Unit to Provide a Best-in-Class Solution
Hopkinton, Mass. (August 1, 2018) – On July 12, the Veruna team spent the day volunteering at Community Harvest Project in Grafton, MA. Community Harvest Project is a non-profit farm that engages volunteers to grow fresh fruits and vegetables to provide to those experiencing hunger. The team planted 72 trays of cabbage which will produce over 850 plants and approximately 7,000 individual servings. With members from all departments joining together, the experience was a great opportunity for Veruna to give back to the community and bond together as a team.
In addition to making a difference in our community, we were able to spend valuable face-to-face time strengthening our products, processes and people even further. In today’s world, team members are able to work remotely with ease, however, spending time face-to-face with coworkers is an essential piece to creating a cohesive unit. As we prepare to expand the usage of our system, we look forward to promoting good-will alongside providing the best product for our customers.