Digital Workplace of the Future

Posted by Jeannie on 6/6/18 11:15 AM

Smart workplaces begin with smarter use of technology. As the business world continues to be driven by the digital evolution, workplaces have to adapt. 

Organizations need to cater to the next generation of tech-savvy employees and the increasing expectation for workplace innovation and interconnectivity. So what does the workplace of the future look like?

It's a digital environment where employees can quickly and easily share knowledge, collaborate, and have immediate access to resources on demand, all from their mobile devices. Jibestream: The Digital Workplace of the Future

Imagine an agile workspace where employees who often travel or are off-site can book a hot desk for when they're onsite. Hot desking is a workspace sharing model where desks are not assigned to one person, but can be used by anyone at anytime. So when a traveling employee needs to work onsite, they simply open your app and search for the nearest available hot desk on a map.  Not only does this create a more productive work environment that encourages collaboration, it helps your organization reduce cost by optimizing space utilization. 

Smart technologies drive digital innovation, increase productivity and optimize workplace efficiencies. With indoor mapping and location technology, you can transform your workplace into a powerful and dynamic space. Explore the possibilities in this infographic below.

Jibestream - The Digital Workplace Infographic

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Learn how Jibestream's indoor mapping and positioning platform can help your corporate workplace become smarter, more innovative and connected


Topics: corporate campus wayfinding, indoor intelligence, indoor mapping, digital workplace, blue dot

Jeannie

Written by Jeannie

Jeannie is a Marketing Brand Manager, an occasional wordsmith and a creative thinker who makes things happen wherever she goes. In her day-to-day at Jibestream, you’ll find her caring for her toy poodle (@PennyFromThe6ix), fine tuning all things visual, and advocating for fairness and equality as the co-chair of the women.js group.