The Flowscape system is now live at one of the leading telecom companies in Norway. Two months after signing the contract, the nearly 200 employees at the head office have access to the entire Flowscape flora of hardware and services. The deal was made possible by Flowscape's Norwegian partner Bravo Audiovisual who also managed the installation.
The telecom company needed to move when they grew out of their old office and chose to settle in 4000 square meters modern premises outside Oslo. At the same time, they took the decision to switch to an activity-based approach. Bravo Audiovisual was assigned the task to find a suitable IT-company to provide a solution that could optimize the workspace and supply a room and workplace booking system. They decided on Flowscape.
The customer has purchased a complete installation which means all hardware and services in the Flowscape range. This makes it Flowscape's largest deal in Norway so far. The order value is 1.2 million NOK and includes hardware such as 25 room panels and 178 desk dongles. The latter enables employees to check in to a work station which is automatically marked as busy on Flowmap, the digital map that guides employees in their daily lives.
"It is extremely satisfying to get this giant as a customer. It is the biggest customer case in Norway so far, and clearly marks our presence in the neighboring country in the west.", says Magnus Johansson, Head of Sales Nordic.
For more information, contact Flowscape CEO Peter Reigo: email@example.com, 070-942 46 87.
Flowscape is the modern office flowmakers. By offering state of the art IoT-technology, Flowscape reduces time wasting and increases interaction and productivity among colleagues. The main feature, 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 60 companies of which 14 is multinational companies such as Ericsson, Telia and Kinnarps. The global partners Flowscape work with include Fujitsu, Ricoh and Cisco. With offices in Stockholm, Malmö and London, the team of over 30 flowmakers is continuously growing.