There is no denying that demand for smart offices is growing. The Global Smart Office Market is predicted to increase by 13% by 2026, reaching a value of almost $60 billion. This interest is warranted: smart offices can help facilitate productivity and provide a more creative and efficient work space, as well as automate time-consuming processes. Key to this are centralized workplace management solutions that enable organisations to effectively meet the needs of both the business and its workforce.

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Carl Standertskjold, Corporate Segment Marketing Manager, Sony Professional Solutions Europe.

Automation and connectivity are at the heart of these new smart work spaces and can help organisations future-proof their businesses. However, results can fall short of expectations if not embarked upon with the right focuses. It is also important to acknowledge that the most effective smart offices don’t simply collect a range of ‘smart’ innovations for the sake of it; they need to integrate all hardware, software, networks, sensors and spaces in a cohesive system that complements workplace functions and can adapt and be built upon when required.



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