Jumbo Enterprise, a business unit of Jumbo Group, launched the latest solutions for the ultimate smart work place at the on-going WETEX, which is taking place from October 23-25.
Jumbo is showcasing its offerings, which provide smart collaboration solutions, mobile workforce and mobility as well as enable more secure environments for documents and products.
According to a new market research report by MarketsandMarkets, the smart office market was valued at $22.21 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach $46.11 billion by 2023.
Factors such as the increasing demand for smart office solutions and sensor networks for energy efficiency, advancement of IoT in smart office offerings, growing need for safety and security systems at the workplace and favourable government regulations in several countries are driving the growth of the smart office market.
In addition, the advantages of implementing smart workplace are improved employee productivity, increased document security and reduced print services costs.
“Due to the increasing focus on efficiency and the UAE government’s commitment to sustainable urbanisation, Jumbo is dedicated to providing solutions that minimise environmental impacts, and at the same time, improve operational productivity to develop workspaces that are truly appreciated by staff,” says Latik Gupta, head of Jumbo Enterprise. “At Jumbo, we believe in supporting the UAE’s admirable initiatives to become a smart country.”
Jumbo Enterprise offers products such as the latest generation of end user computing devices, digital signage, display solutions, immersive computing technology and interactivity products. The company also provides 3D printing devices, low-cost energy efficient multi-function devices as well as a host of solutions from leading brands.
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