This Wednesday, Flowscape and a Swedish manufacturing industry group with operations worldwide signed an agreement for a pilot installation of Flowscape's system. If the test is regarded a success, the intention is to sign a global framework agreement.
After a few months of pre-sales, Flowscape and a global group in the manufacturing industry agreed to conduct a pilot installation worth 300,000 SEK. The installation takes place at the company's headquarters. The outcome of the pilot determines whether the customer is completing its intention to sign a global framework agreement where the parent company can offer the various offices in the world an installation.
Decisions on whether the customer continues the cooperation is expected in April. If the outcome is favourable, the next installation is scheduled for the summer of 2018. It concerns one of the subsidiaries' new headquarters and its 300 employees who moves into an activity-based office. The value of the deal is estimated to be 3-5 MSEK.
"This is our first major customer in this part of the engineering industry. Of course, we are extremely proud and will do everything in our power to make sure the pilot proves the same high quality and stability as with our other multinational customers, "says Peter Reigo, CEO of Flowscape.
The pilot starts immediately and involves selling and installation of the Flowscape features Colleague finder, Room finder and Desk finder. The hardware includes large billboard screens, room panels and positioning equipment.
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 60 customers of which 15 are multinational corporations. The global partners Flowscape work with includes Cisco, Fujitsu and Ricoh. With offices in Stockholm, Karlskrona and London, the team of over 30 flowmakers is continuously growing.