A flexible focus for the workspace.
September 27th, 2010
These days, organisations must be versatile to suit the constantly changing business market and furniture plays an important role in the flexibility of the business.
The office environment can change the way teams communicate – whether it is to focus on individual work or collaborate on projects – a workspace should encourage productivity.
With a Scenarios office, the furniture is tailored to suit the team’s working style, and can be re-configured at a later date as their needs evolve.
A Scenarios workstation is a plug and play workstation.
Through the complete integration of computers, power and data cabling, a laptop user has easy access to connections for fast start up or departure.
Permanent computers can be wired into the central power and data channels and closed away inside cabinets.
Scenarios can be freestanding away from walls with cabling connected to the workstation directly through the floor or the ceiling via power poles.
This way the installation allows flexibility with the layout designs.
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