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How the virtual reception transformed Amber’s job as a receptionist

Receptionists are the face of your business, but what if the tasks associated with this position are all automated? Amber Kempeneers, receptionist for a multi-tenant building, evolved into the position of Office Coordinator after the reception functions were automated. We sat down to hear her story.

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Blog Bezoekersonthaal Lange wachttijden onthaal

Avoid these 7 mistakes when welcoming visitors to your company

A customer-friendly reception is crucial to prevent the loss of potential customers. Are you welcoming visitors in the best way? Avoid these 7 mistakes.

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Blog Bringme Desk Jo Vandebergh

Companies create a completely new visitor experience thanks to the Bringme Desk

With the Bringme Box, we offer a fantastic solution for the automation of company deliveries, but welcoming your visitors is just as important. After all, every visitor can become a customer or real ambassador of your company. This is the main idea behind the Bringme Desk concept.

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Blog Bringme Box Climate Change Bart Vercoutere

How important is the Bringme Box in the fight against climate change?

Bart Vercoutere, chairman of the board of experts for Leuven2030, explains the role of the Bringme Box in the transition towards a low-carbon community.

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Blog 7 Pijnpunten Verouderde Entree

7 shortcomings of the contemporary residential entrance

Residential building entrances haven't changed over decades. The current systems don't communicate with one another and have an expensive price tag.

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Blog Stijging Bezoekersaantal Open Bordje

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.

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