We're visiting the most famous and largest hospital in Belgium: Campus Gasthuisberg of Leuven's University Hospital, with 9000 (!) employees and 1995 beds. Thousands of parcels pass though here on a daily basis and yet Herman Homblé, head of the postal service, is still a happy man. We want to know how he does it...
What happens when you install a smart Bringme Box instead of a reception desk? For starters, you'll avoid many repetitive tasks, staff will work more efficiently, and to top it all off, parcels are delivered safely, as Impextraco discovered.
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.
On the occasion of Hospital Worker Day, the Geel hospital is installing a Bringme Box. "Installing the box is part of the celebration we're planning this year on 15 May. That day, we'd like to thank all our collaborators for their daily efforts," say Nadescha Turlinckx and René Vanheuckelom, who are with the Communication department.
Leuven, city of students. The tens of thousands of members of the KU Leuven (university of Leuven) are welcome at Limel, for all their audiovisual needs. Providing good service to that many people is no mean feat. That’s why Limel called for reinforcement: these days the Bringme Box is standing in as a lending service. That means customers can now pick up equipment and bring it back all throughout the day, while Limel employees' to-do lists have been shortened substantially. And those aren’t even all the advantages.