COVID-19 Resources and Response

ScanSource is making every effort to keep our employees, partners, suppliers and community updated on any measures we are taking as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The health and safety of our employees and our partners is of the utmost importance. Here, you will find our partner communications, as well as other resources that may be useful to our partners during this challenging time.

Partner Communications

Essential Business Letter - Partner Template - March 29, 2020
For partners looking to communicate that their business should be deemed essential.

Partner Letter - An Essential Business - March 20, 2020
A letter from Mike Baur, ScanSource Chairman and CEO

Partner Letter - Sharing Our Thoughts and Plans - March 18, 2020
A letter from Mike Baur, ScanSource Chairman and CEO

Partner Letter - Our Commitment to Safety - March 11, 2020
A letter from John Eldh, ScanSource Chief Revenue Officer


Partner Resource Library

resourceguidecoverThe COVID-19 Partner Resource Guide was created to serve as a quick reference for partners looking to navigate through helpful COVID-19 information. The guide provides an overview of the new legislation – Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) – as well as insight on small business loan programs, stimulus programs, travel restrictions, insurance regulations, COVID-19 Q&As for HR and operations teams, and general tips for working remotely. 
Originally posted: March 25, 2020
Updated April 8, 2020



caresactcoverThe Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020 and is a $2 trillion package aimed at combatting the economic damage from the coronavirus crisis. Within this Act, there is economic aid for several different sectors, including individuals, big corporations, small businesses, public health, education, and state and local government, among several other areas. The CARES Act Resource Guide outlines areas of the Act that we believe may be of interest to our partner community.
Originally posted: April 13, 2020