10-inch interactive screen is used at the entry point to the building. Visitors register their arrival, have their photograph automatically taken and then are issued with a photo ID visitor badge. The system then notifies their host of their arrival. All of which improves the visitor experience and frees up resources to concentrate on other vital work.
Visitors and staff are then directed around the building using a series of strategically placed way finding LCD screens. These show real-time room and desk utilisation information allowing staff and visitors to easily and quickly find their intended destination or free workspace.
The reporting and management platform allows Thirteen Group to regularly monitor and review workspace utilisation allowing them to provide access to workspaces that are more in demand providing greater workplace agility. Importantly, actively monitoring user visits and workspace use allows Thirteen Group to maintain an accurate record of who has used which space.
Video communications – Collaboration and meeting spaces
As an organisation with multiple offices and staff working remotely from home being able to keep colleagues and partners connected is vital to Thirteen Group activities. To enable team video communications Visavvi provided a variety of devices across the building.