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Transform the Workplace

TBS are pleased to have supported industry partner Vodafone at their recent thought leadership event, Transform the Workplace. Hosted at The Brewery in London, the event brought together industry experts who examined the role technology plays in achieving workplace transformation; delivering invaluable insight into the ways businesses could harness technology within their workplace to improve efficiencies.

Steve Reynolds MD of TBS discussed how Wearables, IoT (the Internet of Things) and Voice Recognition Technology (Conversation as a Service) could be used in the workplace to:

o Increase productivity and efficiency of the workforce
o Engage and empower employees
o Generate a competitive edge
o Retain and attract new talent
o Enhance operational efficiencies.

Following on from recent research in The Stoddart Review, which highlighted the importance of the workplace on workforce productivity, it was fitting to have leading FM provider Mitie speak about their innovation journey with TBS. Providing delegates with a vision into their future workplace, Mitie explained by deploying IoT within their clients’ workplaces has automated what have been traditional people centric processes, thus introducing new ways of working and workplace transformation; ultimately improving operational efficiencies and empowering their workforce.

Keynotes were delivered by Vodafone and Samsung, with a clear message supported throughout the day that Mobile, Cloud and IoT are the keystones to a digital transformation strategy, and these will differentiate you from your competitors.

Considering the above, TBS will be hosting Innovation Workshops with businesses keen to understand and identify areas of their business that could benefit from the deployment of IoT, Wearable and Voice Recognition Technology.

If you would like to find out more information on our Innovation Workshops, please email rebecca.evans@tbsmobility.com

To view TBS’s commentary on the Stoddart Review and to learn more on the role of IoT technology in the workplace, please click here, or to see TBS in action at the Transform the Workplace Event, please click here.

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