New workplaces are no longer designed with 1 workspace per employee in mind – nowadays ratios are more likely to vary from 8 workspaces for 10 employees, to 6 workspaces for 10 employees, especially in big cities where real estate cost is a significant part of organizations spending.
TableAir has developed a solution that integrates workspaces (furniture and meeting rooms) into a single workplace operating system (IoT Sensors, cloud SaaS and dedicated mobile app). The aim of our fully integrated solution is to increase employee engagement with their workplace environment. By connecting all mobile devices to furniture sensors, employees and managers can access and manage their physical working environment from wherever they are, at any time of the day.
The intersection between design, tech and office space has always fascinated me. It's a great pleasure to know that our products are helping increase collaboration and engagement at work for many people all around the world. I love hiking, traveling, meeting new people, and occasionally painting.
When not fiddling with some new super-exciting piece of tech, I like kicking a beat with my band, relaxing with a book or going for a quick run in the park.
The time is always right to do what is right. I’m continuously on the lookout for ways to improve how we do our business. But more than that, I’m dedicated to giving our customers the best product and experience possible.
Given my keen interest in innovation, healthy appetite for life and curious mind, it goes without saying that I’m a passionate traveller and a real people person.
I am a mechanical engineering shark :) I value being part of the TableAir team. By the way, I like mountain biking.
My credo is to be the best and most reliable I can be in my work and my relationships
I adore riding motorcycles and exploring new locations around the globe. And when it comes to the office, I’m always keen on searching for ways to deliver better outcomes.
The more I live, the more I question.
I am a strong believer that taking up new challenges and removing oneself from the comfort zone should be a part of daily life. My subtle passion is numismatics.
I like old maps, so I spend time collecting digital copies of them. I also like rock music; in the summer I go to rock music festivals. But I don't eat chicken:)
I always expect an unexpected error. So the question is, are they then unexpected?
I’m an Embedded Programmer.
I like to play basketball. I don't have a cat.