Join Us in Celebrating AEFIS Team Appreciation Holiday!

What a Year!

This year has been anything, but business as usual.  We all experienced unprecedented change everywhere we turned, including our Partners whose disruptions were beyond anything they could have ever imagined due to COVID-19. The AEFIS Team continued to persevere and pivot effectively to help and support our partners during a trying time for all of us.

AEFIS Team Appreciation Holiday

The AEFIS Team Appreciation Holiday is a tradition we started a couple of years ago, to enable our team to enjoy a much deserved loooooooong weekend on or around the 4th of July holiday. This year, it will be on Monday, July 6, 2020. Accordingly, our team will be “out of office” beginning Friday, July 3, 2020, through Monday, July 6, 2020, and returning to our normal hours on Tuesday, July 7, 2020. 

Help Us Celebrate… With Your Feedback!

You can help our team celebrate by sharing your feedback and comments on how our team may have supported you during the last year, and through the recent disruptions.

Share Your Feedback Now!

Please join us in thanking the A-Team for being, well, Awesome!

As always, we are grateful for your continued partnership and enjoy your holiday weekend!

With gratitude,
The AEFIS Team


If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the AEFIS Client Success Team or visit AEFIS Academy


Moments from AEFIS Team Appreciation Holiday Last Year – July 5, 2019


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