macom publishes white paper on the strategic implementation of new working environments

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Stuttgart, 14.08.19: In modern working environments, coworking spaces, huddle rooms and innovation labs play an active role in increasing productivity and achieving of company goals. This requires a business perspective for the rooms and the technology in them. In their latest white paper, the macom engineers present a strategic approach for the development of future workspaces. This makes this business perspective possible.

Digitization changes the requirements on working environments

The digital transformation is the big challenge for companies today. A great deal has already been said about what needs to be done to implement digitization in one’s own company. However, what does really make sense and what does an effective approach look like? The macom engineers answer this question in the current white paper.
The macom experts illustrate how digitization is changing the way we work and the way we design our workplaces. It becomes clear that future workspaces and the technology within them play an active role in achieving the goals of companies today.
Based on this, the engineers present the strategic approach for the development of future workspaces. In addition to the theoretical assessment, some practical examples from concrete campus and workspace projects will be shown. In their white paper, macom experts also provide practical tips for the selection of future workspace technologies such as collaboration tools, unified communication systems and touch technologies for interactive displays.

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Martin C. Wagner
Head of Marketing
macom GmbH Consulting. Engineering. Management.
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