Last week Flowscape closed a deal with the leading Nordic paint industry company Tikkurila, owner of established brands such as Beckers and Alcro.
Tikkurila Sweden is part of the Tikkurila group with 3000 employees and a turnover of over 500 million euros.
The impressive heritage with a 150 years old history defines the company alongside with an ambition to always develope it´s business, offer and ways of working. When the decision was made to redesign the Swedish headquarters from a traditional office landscape to an inspiring and activity-based office, Tikkurila wanted to ensure that solutions were found to meet the various challenges posed by such a change. Among other things, the company wanted to simplify bookings of meeting rooms and workspaces, and, with the help of statistics, be able to map how all surfaces and workplaces are utilized. This is why Flowscape was brought in.
"The solution Flowscape brings will help all all our employees to utilize our new activity-based office in the best and most efficient way." The fact that we also get useful statistics was an important prerequisite. Like everything else, our organization and business changes continuously, and we need tools that can help us capture that information. The ambition is to unceasingly match real needs with the right conditions and constantly make the most of the spaces and workplaces we have, "says Carina Sesser Nylund, PR & Communications manager at Tikkurila.
"We are so proud to welcome Tikkurila to the more than 60 companies that has joined us in the quest to fight friction", says Peter Reigo, CEO of Flowscape.
The implementation of the Flowscape system starts straight away. It includes software and hardware to create greater flow. For instance the Smartphone app that helps employees view the office on the way to the office or at work being able to book that first morning meeting. Sensors at the work stations that will make all occupied desks go red in the Flowmap instantly when somebody is sitting down. The hardware also contains large billboard screens on each floor for easy navigation and room booking.
Tikkurila is a leading nordic paint industry company established 1862 with a turnover of over 500 million euros. In Sweden Tikkurila has 300 employees working with the market leading brands Alcro, Beckers, Palett & Co and Tikkurila.
Flowscape is the modern office flowmakers. By offering state of the art technology, Flowscape reduces time wasting and increases interaction and productivity among colleagues. The main feature, the Flowmap, gives companies an overview of the office, enabling them to quickly find meeting rooms, desks, equipment and coworkers.
Flowscape has a strong customer base with over 14 multinational companies such as Telia, Ericsson and Kinnarps. The global partners Flowscape collaborates with include Cisco, Fujitsu and Ricoh. With offices in Stockholm, Malmö and London, the team of over 30 flowmakers is continuously growing.