Remote working exploded during COVID with enforced lockdown sending whole businesses to remote operations. Even before then, some 82% of the employers were prepared to allow employees to work remotely for some part of their week or month [ source GARTNER].
Current 2D teleconference technology are mainly focused on one-to-one meetings, with the likes of Zoom becoming a mess when more than a few people are involved in a meeting. As the future of work and meetings evolves, businesses need a new way to collaborate and engage.
It turns out that a big problem with these meetings and longer-term remote working was the loss of two forms of knowledge critical to any team and to any interaction: nonverbal communication and peripheral participation. This forces companies into constant training and relearning cycles as new hires are forced to do the same things over again
The possibility to observe other team members during work builds a framework for many important parts across a company’s teamwork and culture. They help us establish trust, gain commitment, confirm understanding and consensus, or understand emotional states.
Our virtual office will have the facilities of a physical office, providing a PC (virtual desktop) , Whiteboard, post-its, meeting rooms, etc. This will allow your employees to work together like they would if they were located in the same physical office.
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