STOCKHOLM--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tenants, owners and technology companies are now all hungry to promote smarter workplaces, and Memoori believes we are reaching an inflexion point in the evolution of the office.
Why? Because they have discovered that by improving the health, comfort and wellbeing of employees, they can give a significant boost to workforce productivity. Simultaneously, technology and design theory has emerged to better achieve these objectives.
Most significantly, the Internet of Things with its myriad of applications continues to find new ways of serving the worker and the enterprise. By flooding workspaces with sensors, enterprises are accumulating unprecedented amounts of data, which are allowing for a much more granular level of decision-making.
To support these claims, Memoori has conducted an in-depth survey of commercial office users and their findings are presented in this report. Only by understanding all these new perspectives can companies hope to navigate the evolution of the workplace in the Internet of things era.
The future workplace will not all be about technology however. The report also explores the negative impacts of excessive technology use, and demonstrates that the best solutions do not have to be expensive but rather require a clear vision of how the workplace can help the worker maximize productivity.
About the Report
At 110 pages with 16 charts & tables & ONLY $1,500 USD for a single user license, The Future Workplaces report filters out all the important conclusions, supported by facts, to demonstrate how the Internet of Things is reshaping the office environment to increase workforce productivity. For more information, visit; https://www.memoori.com/portfolio/the-future-workplace/
Memoori is an independent smart building research organization. We offer advice on technology in smart buildings to companies across the value chain, supporting them in making strategic business decisions. For more information, visit https://www.memoori.com