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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
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.
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A Staff Reporter   |   Calcutta   |   Published 09.06.20, 08:01 PM

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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