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INNOVATION MAKES THE ORDINARY EXTRAORDINARY!!!

Everyone knows that one size does not fill all, especially when considering which workstation system in right for your workplace. It is absolutely essential to understand the needs of the user, how they work and what the future of your team and workplace involves.

Workstations are an enduring workplace tradition, for many good reasons. It’s simple, efficient, straightforward and adaptable. From the wood tables used for centuries to today’s sleek and technology-infused versions for knowledge workers, workstations are a concept that’s continuing to evolve to meet a wide variety of workplace needs. Designers have actively embraced them for their clean aesthetic and the efficiency appeal of a modular product that’s easily configured — and reconfigured.

The easily reconfigured workstation has caught on fast in the office because it’s a hard-working solution that addresses converging today’s business realities. Firstly, today’s workplace culture prefers collaboration and the ability to work in teams rather than closed-off cubicles; and secondly, the pressing need to curb real estate costs and adapt spaces quickly to changing business conditions and needs. Click here to read more about Activity based working.

Although the adaptable workstation trend is growing, one can get really overwhelmed with the different finishes and options to workstations.

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So what are the key considerations you need to take into account when purchasing the right workstation for you:

Download our Top 15 questions to help you through the selection process.

Date 15 February 2016 By Shareen Nainar
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