Organizations are on track for success when they see workplace intelligence from two related perspectives: 1) as information that shapes the individual’s ability to take the actions that achieve business goals; 2) as information that shapes a company’s approach to achieving business outcomes.
“When AVI-SPL talks about workplace intelligence with companies, we focus on the data that predicts user needs for routine tasks in meetings, particularly where collaboration is involved,” says Tim Riek, SVP of services for AVI-SPL. “Typically we’ll have conversations about issues like what functions should engage when they enter the room and how to make this process consistent across all their meeting spaces.
The intelligent workplace empowers people to work smarter rather than longer or harder. For businesses in any industry, this approach reduces the cost of wasted effort and inefficiency. At the AVI-SPL stand at ISE 2020, which is the world’s largest AV and systems integration show, guests representing businesses like yours will talk to our collaboration experts about their approach to designing a workplace that optimizes for the user experience.
“We want employees to be agile and efficient,” says Riek. “The solutions that support that agility will attract and keep the talent that drives a company’s success.”
Workplace intelligence is also the information that arises from the ways employees are using their collaboration spaces and room devices – and how often. Companies can use that information to predict user needs for routine tasks, technology needs for meetings and collaboration, and work space needs for organizations and businesses.
Consider both perspectives and we see that workplace intelligence:
- Springs from actionable business intelligence gleaned from rich technology and space utilization analytics
- Gives back crucial resources, like time to employees (work smarter rather than longer or harder), and wasted costs to the business bottom line
- Improves the effectiveness of workforce and the efficiency or agility of the business
- Understands and optimizes user experience
- Makes a healthier, more successful business
At ISE 2020, which runs from February 11-14, AVI-SPL is going to help its guests understand workplace intelligence, including its importance and how to gain its benefits. Guests at ISE will see how the AVI-SPL Symphony application offers a window into ROI through workplace data like space and device utilization analytics.
“Symphony delivers workplace intelligence by which companies can assess the value of their investment in their collaboration solutions and spaces,” says Riek. “Combine that with our services and support, and we can help them reach their business outcomes.”
If you’ll be attending ISE 2020, visit AVI-SPL at stand 11-C155.