Are Your Users
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Can your employees work from home?
Can your employees access work files and
applications on their phone?
Are post-it notes a key form of
communication in your office?
Is email or telephone the primary form of communication between colleagues?
Does your organisation use cloud applications?
Do you have an Intranet?
Does anyone use it?
Is it easy to find colleagues and communicate with them via text, voice or video?
Do your workplace tools require training to use?
Can employees easily collaborate on documents
and team projects?
Do employees need to cycle through multiple applications to find the information they need?
Do employees waste time performing tasks that
could easily be done automatically?
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Your staff might have a PC but not much else. Desks are unconnected islands where everything is done on paper and people have to walk around the office to find the person or information they need.
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Employees are slaves to their desks as applications and data are tied to a primary system. If you have an Intranet, it’s probably not used, and it’s difficult to find the information staff need to do their job. The peak of your collaboration is probably an email attachment.
Your organisation is some what intelligent and collaborative. Employees can send and receive emails via their phone, you have some cloud services, and there’s a company-wide directory to consult. But true collaboration is stifled because your applications don’t speak to each other and no one uses the communication tools on offer.
Communication Is Key
Your organisation is nearly there. It’s possible to see applications and files on any device and staff are in constant communication with your colleagues. It’s possible to see other people’s calendars and jump into voice, video and text chats, but it takes too long to find the right information – surely this could be simpler?
Less Is More
You are a:
Your workspace is wherever your employees happen to be. They can access people, content and applications on any device, with all these elements easily accessible depending on the context of their work. Repetitive, time consuming tasks are automated so the workforce can spend more time delivering the work that matters.
Master of the Smart Workspace