As a business professional, you aspire to move your work forward, but you feel you’re constantly taking steps back. You took pictures of the whiteboard with your mobile phone, and now you can’t find them. Your team spends the first 10 minutes of every meeting wrestling with conferencing technology. “Who has the latest document?” is a common meeting opener. Annabel from the UK, on conference call, must interrupt to get her idea on the table. Your best thought just hit, and the whiteboard markers stopped working. Always-Prepared Ted cleared the wall before his meeting, so gone are your designs from last evening’s working session. Millennial Harper is “working remotely” from a coffee shop. The COO needs your room right now, and it’s the only one with AV technology.
Need I go on? You’ve been there. You get it.
You may be smiling, but the problem is quite real and adds to productivity loss. That’s concerning considering that the average worker is productive for only 3 hours each day, according to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Even in workspaces like huddle spaces designed to encourage creative thinking and informal collaboration, employees still struggle with cross-team interaction and sharing,” said QuirkLogic founder and CEO Nashir Samanani. “It’s highly inefficient. We believe there is a better way – a way that modernizes and accelerates how everyday work gets done.”
Three Must-Haves to Enable Productivity
To better connect the extended workforce and take full advantage of collective knowledge, office productivity technology needs to meet three big requirements:
There Has Got to Be a Better Way
That’s why QuirkLogic is innovating to give corporate teams the tools they need to work together in new ways to capture thoughts and turn them into strategies, actions, and solutions.
We’re creating a brand new product space – a Connected eWriter. “There’s no technology in the marketplace today that captures the essence of writing in way that replicates pen on paper and has digital capabilities to work with content,” said Samanani. “That’s important because a-ha moments and big innovations start with a free flow of ideas, unhampered by tools to record and develop them.”
Come and see our a-ha moment come to life as we launch the Connected eWriter at CES 2017 in Las Vegas on January 5 – 8. Visit us at the LVCC South Hall Booth #31646 and try it out. For more information, feel free to contact us.