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7 steps to go from a classic reception desk to a modern digital reception service

Has hybrid work become the norm for you too? And are you struggling to adapt to this new situation, now that there are fewer employees in the office and fewer customers coming by? Nowadays, reception costs are no longer proportional to the benefits. Yet as a business you still want to keep welcoming customers and safely receiving packages and deliveries...

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What is a virtual reception?

The virtual reception is an ingenious combination of innovative and user-friendly software and hardware. This allows companies to automate their reception. The system eliminates the repetitive tasks of receptionists. It enables smooth access control, automates visitor registration and receives and stores incoming mail, parcels and deliveries. It is a secure and cost-effective solution for efficient access control, visitor management and mailroom management.

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(R)evolution in the workplace?

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With more than 1,500 customers and over 300,000 users spread throughout 5 countries, technology company Bringme is involved in a wide range of businesses, from small to large. According to Bringme, there is clearly a small revolution going on in the workplace: organisations are realising that several evolutions are permanent, which is forcing them to make structural changes. Below is an overview of the most striking trends and the resulting opportunities, and CEO Jo Vandebergh shares his insights.

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Here’s how a virtual reception benefits your company

What does a receptionist cost? And what does a virtual, unmanned reception cost? Discover what the automation of reception area tasks can yield for your company.

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Why more and more coworking spaces and business centres are switching to a virtual receptionist

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Seven out of ten companies have discovered that they will need less office space in the future, according to recent studies. In other words, the demand for office space decreases, and the supply increases. We’re seeing companies with business models centring around the rental of offices and coworking spaces taking extra steps in terms of security and digitalisation.

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Company receptions changed for good by the coronavirus

Company receptions will no longer be the same as before the coronavirus. For example: How should a receptionist receive and sign for a parcel and still respect social distancing? Read how you can deal with this.

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