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Wipro Lighting upbeat

Company introduces a smart office technology software to enable flexibility and utilisation of office space for employees in a post Covid-19 world

A Staff Reporter Calcutta Published 09.06.20, 08:01 PM
The company, which has a tie up with the Netherlands- based Mapiq, estimates a 43 per cent average decrease in workspace availability because of the social distancing norm.

The company, which has a tie up with the Netherlands- based Mapiq, estimates a 43 per cent average decrease in workspace availability because of the social distancing norm. Shutterstock

Wipro Lighting, part of Wipro Enterprises, expects large companies with geographically spread out offices to leverage technology to manage a staggered return of employees back to office.

The company, which has a tie up with the Netherlands- based Mapiq, estimates a 43 per cent average decrease in workspace availability because of the social distancing norm. The company has introduced a subscription based smart office technology software called Office Shifts to enable flexibility and utilisation of office space for employees in a post Covid-19 world.

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“Fundamental changes to the way organisations function and large office complexes operate has necessitated a complete rethink,” said Anuj Dhir, vice-president and business head, Wipro Lighting.

“The software is available as a subscription-based model built on SaaS. Customers can pay either as per building, per month or per building, per year model,” said Ramakrishna Puranam, senior general manager – sales, Wipro Lighting.

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