Bringme in the digital workplace
For a few months now, there's been a Bringme Box at Computacenter. That's ideal for the many consultants who regularly call on customers for Computacenter: the consultants can simply have things delivered to their headquarters and pick them up when it suits them.
It doesn't stop there, because when we visited Computacenter, it turned out they'd already thought about the next steps. That's perfect, because the more people think about how the Bringme Box can contribute to a company's business model, the more efficiently Bringme can be deployed.
Of course, we no longer need to explain that the box is ideally suited to private deliveries, but what does often come as news to us is that the box's versatility allows it to automate certain (even highly specific) company processes. For example, Computacenter found the box would be perfect for their consultants when they need certain (spare) parts for their customers. A network of on-site boxes - perfect.
The more people think about how the Bringme Box can contribute to a company's business model, the more efficiently Bringme can be deployed.