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Apogee sponsors Staffordshire University Racing Formula Student 2022
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Apogee present The Future of the Workplace at Edgbaston Stadium

On 17th August 2022, Apogee clients and prospects attended Edgbaston Stadium for an event to explore how digital transformation will define the future of the workplace.

 

Through a series of presentations delivered by experts on the latest workplace technology services, attendees saw the effect that hybrid working has had on modern businesses– and how digital transformation is the key to its successful integration.

Topics covered included how business processes could be improved through the adoption of Digital Services; the growing prevalence of Managed IT Services (MITS) and its potential for organisations, and lastly, how some ‘traditional’ processes can be transformed with use of Outsourced Document Services (ODS); as well as Hybrid Mail, and the Print on Demand Web2Print Portal.

By informing attendees on how these services can ease the integration of hybrid working, Apogee enabled them to modernise their operations for full efficiency.

Apogee presents at Edgbaston Stadium

Following the presentations, clients and prospects benefited from an afternoon of networking against the backdrop of Warwickshire vs Notts Outlaws in the Royal London One-Day Cup. Warwickshire, Edgbaston’s home team, ended up defeating Notts with a 14-run victory, to the entertainment of Apogee’s guests.

 “It’s really valuable to hear about different businesses’ range of experiences with adopting a hybrid working model,” says Dom Gryszan, Marketing Director for Apogee.

“Events like today enable us to provide organisations with the right solutions to suit them, when they need it. We look forward to hosting more events that facilitate open dialogue and discussion between business leaders and key decision-makers.”

The ‘Future of the Workplace’ event was a great success; generating valuable discussion between businesses across multiple sectors. Now aware of experiences from other industries, attendees are able to prepare their businesses against other potential pitfalls that come with hybrid working – and know which of Apogee’s services will aid their businesses most.

Not that they’re the only ones to benefit: thanks to events like this, Apogee themselves are now more in touch with the challenges facing their clients and prospects, and therefore better placed to continue to provide an exemplary service.

 

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