Most businesses tend to significantly prioritise and monitor its bottom line, where employers are continually looking for ways to trim costs and gain work productivity from resources they already have in place. They frequently look to employees to help in using time and finances wisely. If workers can turn out an improved end product more quickly and more accurately, the bottom line is well served and results in happy customers and management. The employees would also reap the intrinsic satisfaction of having a job well done.
For every company, there comes a time to firmly set in place some core values. When core values are created, it need not be a special symbolic day. The process of creating core values is often a process for every office environment and workplaces; there is no need to rush it for when you listen to your gut feeling, you will know when the time is right.
Cloud computing is starting to gain heat with its varying promises and benefits. For those who are unfamiliar to the term, cloud computing is referred to as a term for the delivery of hosted services over the Internet. It’s flexible, it’s convenient and it’s growing rapidly. A McKinsey & Company’s research suggests that 80% of the large companies in North America are interested in using cloud services where corporate spending on public-cloud environment will grow to more than $70 billion in 2015.
So you need an access control system but you are swarmed with the plethora of options and alternatives available? Compare smart lock system and access control system using a chart here. The process of gathering information on a new system to installing the system in your space is often tedious, long and exhausting.
And here is a chart on how Kisi differs from conventional smart lock.
Here at Kisi, we understand your plight and we have simplified the process into an infographic timeline for you. Here are the steps to getting Kisi in your office.
We often get asked this – what is Kisi Access Control and what do we do?
Mobile and computer technology are constantly and rapidly displacing traditional work ethics and institutions. AirBnB is transforming the real estate industry and dislodging big key players and KISI is transforming your everyday work life and lifestyle.
Today’s facilities managers are responsible for so much more than responding to maintenance issues and planning out a company’s space needs. Moving beyond their traditional bricks-and-mortar roles, facilities managers are at the forefront of designing a workplace strategy that fosters productivity and innovation for the Millennial workforce.