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7 shortcomings of the contemporary residential entrance

In a time of constant innovation, is it not surprising that residential building entrances have not changed over the last fifty years? The current systems do not communicate with one another - separate letterboxes, doorbell panel, intercom in the apartments, many keys and locks and a price tag between £900 and £1,350 per apartment. Yet despite this considerable investment, the entrance no longer meets the needs of residents.

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3 ways in which a parcel delivery box can increase visitor numbers

Retailers are faced with a gigantic challenge. The number of visitors to physical shops is dwindling considerably. In the US Amazon has already taken action in order to guide online shoppers to their shops by installing lockers in which customers can have their parcels delivered. This meant visitor numbers increased by 4% compared to shops without lockers. 50 to 60% of these online shoppers actually make an extra purchase. These three new services will prove to be the ideal traffic generators.

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The digital reception: unattended and impersonal?

Very often, in a company environment, we associate hospitality with a friendly receptionist who greets and assists visitors. An unmanned and automated reception seems to be the exact opposite of the concept of customer-friendliness. Nevertheless more and more companies are opting for a visitor management system without receptionist, not only because of cost-saving but mainly because of the following three valid reasons:

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Why the costs of every reception are too high

According to a recent PwC report, 45% of work-related tasks can be automated. But how do you select the right tasks and where can you save most? The answer is simple and located at your company's doorstep: automate your reception. Because nearly all reception tasks are repetitive and time-consuming. Let's start with the numbers.

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Bringme in the digital workplace

Computacenter is a company that provides IT services to organizations all over Europe. They call themselves challengers, innovators of the work environment. What are they working on? Well, among other things, the "digital workplace", a concept that's perfectly in line with Bringme.

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The reception area can pose a threat to your employees’ privacy

Many companies take measures to protect the data of clients and employees, but the private lives of those same employees are in the balance at the same time. Discover why.

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