5 Ways Workplace Technology Has Changed Offices

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Bryony Shaw Marketing Executive at Spectrum Interior

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Nobody can deny that technological advancements have completely changed how organizations perform. No matter how big or small, every business is responding to tech changes that have occurred in the past decade.

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Thankfully, now with automation and increased digitization, businesses are able to finish tasks more smoothly and efficiently. Workplace technology is also enabling employers to make the most of their intellectual capital: their employees.

Here are 5 ways that help us appreciate the far-reaching benefits of workplace technology, and how it’s revolutionizing businesses.

1.     Better communication

One of the biggest ways technology has made a difference in the workplace is how it has transformed how people communicate at work.

The internet, for one, has certainly made things a lot easier. Whether you’re using project management software, a cloud-based messaging platform for your team, or social media tools to connect with your customers – technology is definitely taking over everyone’s work life.

This has readily increased flexibility in communication. Through technology, employees and managers can easily connect and communicate across remote locations; it doesn’t matter how far you are from your work station, bridging that gap and connecting teams in seconds.  

Even managing people has become easier through fast, efficient communication. You can easily video call clients who live in different cities or work from home when the need arises.  

2.     Keeps your office organized

Workplace technology also keeps things organized. A project management software, for example, can help your team track their daily goals and meet targets on time.

Such software can help you review, assess and even delegate work. Online management also boosts work efficiency – allowing your team to accomplish big tasks in lesser time.

3.     Helps in managing cost

Every company tries to keep its costs to a minimum. Thanks to automation, companies can now switch to more cost-effective methods by delegating boring, manual work to machines that can do it faster.

This saves time and reduces costs, but above all, it greatly reduces paperwork since everything is digitized. As an eco-friendly option, digitization helps a company save operational costs while reducing their carbon footprint.

4.     Increases productivity of the company

Since automation and tech equipment boost work efficiency, the productivity of a business naturally rises. Managers can easily track employee performance without even leaving their office. And if they believe something isn’t on track, they can simply make calculated readjustments to accommodate.

Many smart and flexible management systems allow the adjustment of daily objectives when the need arises. This can help to reduce distractions in the workplace and keep employees motivated.

5.     Better time management

Technology empowers both managers and employees to manage their time better. There are many time-tracking tools that can be used in-house to ensure every member hits their targets on time. Better time management can directly impact an employee’s efficiency, which makes meeting deadlines easier.

It’s natural for employees to thrive in a space where they feel relaxed and comfortable. When employees take less time to do the same amount of work, they can spend more time on developing new ideas and being creative.

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Bryony Shaw

Marketing Executive at Spectrum Interior

https://www.spectruminteriors.co.uk/

Bryony Shaw is the marketing executive at Spectrum Interior, UK's leading office design company. Her aim in life is to transform as many interior environments as possible into highly beautiful and functional spaces and make all incumbent dysfunctional eyesores a thing of the past.

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