Create a smart office environment with the ZENS Smart Working App
In real time, the App notifies you in when there is a free workspace or where a colleague is located. Because you and many other colleagues will be using the office in this way, your organisation will be able to gather anonymous information for processing and analysis. You can measure occupancy on a specific day and at specific locations in the building. Measuring these factors allows you to promote cooperation and a better working atmosphere, reduce the carbon footprint in a building and lower your accommodation costs.
The Smart Working App gathers data about when a desk is available, not just free. When a user goes to the rest room or is in a meeting, many other systems would mark the desk as free. Yes, it would be free, but not available. The data collected is always anonymous.
The Smart Working App is real-time, and so is the reporting for the facility manager.
Besides that, the Smart Working App helps you to find your desk and colleagues. It even helps you to find a first aider if necessary.
Your company identity
The Smart Working App has a ZENS look and feel, but it can also be tailored to fit your company’s brand identity.
The working day is over. You may check-out manually, but the system will also automatically do it for you. As always, you are on your way to something else, e.g. home, friends, restaurant, sport or whatever. The only difference now is that your phone is juiced up full with energy.
Intuitive – patented
We aim to improve quality of life and try to make our solutions as intuitive as possible. In our search for an intuitive check-in we have spoken with many people working in open office spaces, facility managers, owners of buildings and furniture manufactures. We tried many solutions where people did not understand it at first, so the product needed some adjustments. ZENS is proud to have found the most intuitive solution and to bring this solution to every modern day office in the world. “Creativity comes from a conflict of ideas” – Donatella Versace.