Smartworks invests in technology; launches mobile application
India’s largest serviced office space provider, Smartworks has launched “smartworks application” – an application that works as a collaboration and networking tool helping users increase efficiency and reduce downtime for essential but operational tasks.
Downloadable onto your smartphones through Google Play and Apple App Store, the interface enables Smartworks’ clients to network and collaborate with Smartwork’s pan India community, book meeting rooms in advance, carpool the smart way by finding their carpool buddies within their office, order beverages from their workstations and enjoy several location-optimised offers, rebates and event listings from brand partners.
The application also offers real time tech support through features like User Feedback & Live Chat with the Community Management, and ensures that the issues reported are solved in sixty minutes.
The company also plans to come up with a solution that will provide an Augmented Reality experience that will allow its potential customers to get an idea of what their office space will look like when finished.
“We are committed to build a world-class, technology-rich environment characterized by in-house CRM and Visitor Management System (VMS) at all our facilities, excellent internet speed, breakout areas, a strong corporate identity and fully-equipped meeting rooms to better meet the needs of our customers. We understand the need of today’s modern workplaces, operating styles of entrepreneurs, start-ups and blue-chip organisations alike” said Neetish Sarda, Founder Smartworks, commenting on the recent technology developments at his offices.
Smartworks has its presence through multiple facilities in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Bangalore, Mumbai and Pune. The company made its pan India foray in April 2016 and has grown exponentially since then. Presently, the company has 10 centres across seven cities and targets to have at least 3 million square feet of serviced office space, spread across 15 centres in Tier-1 cities and over 15 centres in Tier-2 cities, over the next three years.