Published on 15/04/2020 in Sectors
Mobility is everywhere, from the office to the production floor.
44% of employees think their workplace is not smart enough.
Digitize your staff:
Taking the next step in your mobile journey? To manage anything on a mobile platform you’ll need to start with Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM).
Drive the emergence of new productivity sources by connecting mobile devices to enterprise workflows no matter the device numbers and types.
EMM is extending into unified endpoint management – combining EMM functions with PC and laptop client devices, from both a company-owned device and BYOD perspective. EMM platforms are also extending to nontraditional connected endpoints, such as IoT-related scenarios
Phil Hochmuth, Enterprise Mobility Research program director at IDC
In the port of Antwerp, dockers no longer have to go to the recruitment office to take on their job for the day. Via the MyCepa platform, they can log in from a distance and gain access to various HR applications.
Support is a field that is especially sensitive to new technology adoption. As your company might be expanding, technology can help to provide support from distance to technicians in the field who need more expertise. Use videoconferencing on the mobile devices of your workers to get support from remote experts wherever and whenever they need.
Integrate your fixed and mobile telephone systems so your staff is always available.
The advantages of a digital workplace are numerous for an always-on factory:
The flexible and digital workplace of Barco
In 2016, Barco in Kortrijk moved to a new site where the most striking feature is the circular, glass building, The Circle. With it came a new way of working, flexible and digital, catered wholly to the needs of modern employees.