Smarten Spaces Recognized in a 2021 Gartner Report

Smarten Spaces was named in the 2021 Gartner(R) Emerging Technologies and Trends Impact Radar: Internet of Things [1], under the trend “Smart Spaces.” Smarten Spaces’ digital workplace solution Jumpree 3.5 has been adopted by dozens of Fortune 500 companies–including some of the largest banking, insurance, FMCG, manufacturing, and medical companies in the US, Europe, and Asia–to shift to a hybrid workplace.

The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated digital transformation across every industry. The traditional office-bound, 9-to-5 Monday through Friday work culture has been totally upended; moving into the space left behind are more flexible and hybrid models. Companies using Smarten Spaces’ Jumpree 3.5 can benefit from an enhanced digital-first employee experience, which is critical for success in a hybrid model. At the same time, organizations get strategic insights into their workforce and workplace.

The Gartner report states that “the technologies with the most potential to disrupt a broad cross-section of markets show four themes: the smart world, the productivity revolution, ubiquitous and transparent security, and critical enablers.”[2]

In order to make the shift to a hybrid workplace successful, companies need to center culture, productivity, and employee flexibility. Smarten Spaces designed Jumpree 3.5 to ease this transition for companies across all industries. Jumpree 3.5’s all-in-one structure makes scheduling, booking, and accessing the workplace a frictionless experience for employees. It also helps managers direct spaces better, providing insights about space usage and employee behavior in the hybrid space.

Manage an employee’s hybrid workday from start to finish: plan which days they want to work remote or in-office, match schedules with team members for more productive workdays, allocate desk spaces and collaborative space, and more. The strategic view of employee needs over time that Jumpree 3.5 provides helps businesses plan spaces better. This all-in-one app has over 100 integrations, pairing with most industry calendaring systems, collaborative tools, and IoT devices like sensors and smart locks.

“We are thrilled to be included in this Gartner Emerging Technologies and Trends Impact Radar report as we believe it affirms our mission to help organizations be ready for the future of work with our scalable and configurable technology solutions. We pride ourselves in the holistic approach we have taken to build our product to make the hybrid workplace experience a success for employees and the organization,” says Anushka Verghese, CPO and Co-Founder of Smarten Spaces.

The shift to a hybrid workplace may seem like a lot, especially for companies accustomed to performing day-to-day operations in a particular way. Smarten Spaces can streamline that transition and ensure that companies maximize the benefits of their new hybrid workplace.

[1] Gartner, “Emerging Technologies and Trends Impact Radar: Internet of Things”, Matthew Flatley, Eric Goodness, Sept 30, 2021.

[2] Gartner, “Emerging Technologies and Trends Impact Radar: 2022”, Tuong Nguyen, Danielle Casey, Nov 15, 2021.

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