In the complex process of transitioning back to office life, tech power plays a vital role in the form of technology-powered amenities. Colleen Werner, CEO of lulafit, underscores this by advocating the need for creating experiences that promote convenience, inclusivity, and security. The integration of these tech-mediated perks can serve dual purposes: not only can it support employees' pursuit of community and balance, but it can also offer companies a fresh avenue to monetize their amenities, thus paving the way for new streams of revenue.
Key findings from a Cushman Wakefield survey consolidated the significance of controlled access as an amenity, revealing a prevalence of 86% in multi-tenant offices. This technology-based service not only ensures an additional safeguard but also provides a platform to engage a wider user base, thereby boosting the prospects of revenue generation.
Furthermore, Landlords and property owners can leverage tech-enabled amenities to advertise their spaces on the public market. This unique strategy offers prospective tenants a clear view of the space and its features, thereby attracting more occupants and increasing revenue.
However, the role of technology should be to facilitate and improve efficiency and engagement, not to replace the human touch and hospitality. Therefore, it is crucial that the implementation of technology enhances the user experience without overcomplicating processes, is easy to integrate into regular routines, and ultimately makes a tangible contribution to office-goers' quest for balance, community and convenience.
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