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More companies are shifting towards a hybrid model of working, sparking an uptick in demand for workspace technologies that help facilitate everything from desk booking to analysis of space utilisation.
As safety measures kicked in during the pandemic, companies like Schneider Electric leveraged on Smarten Spaces’ technology to track the number of occupants within the premises to ensure safe distancing. Staff with flexible working arrangements could find available workspaces and check for colleagues in the building through a mobile application, Jumpree 3.0.
DBS who has also turned to technology has launched two hubs to experiment hybrid work solutions with the goal to blend the best of physical and virtual workspace configurations to foster greater agility and collaboration across the bank.
Other features that rose in popularity at the start of the pandemic include contactless check-in using mobile phones and real time updates on office sanitisation.
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