Will smart technologies replace the need for premium office space?
25 November 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has been instrumental in teaching businesses, particularly those within knowledge-based industries, how to operate in a more agile manner. Rapid deployment of technologies to cater for the early lockdowns and uncertainties caused by the pandemic meant that businesses were forced to accept and actively adopt change.
The COVID-19 pandemic has re-calibrated our beliefs. We have learned that we can work from home with the aid of modern technologies thus improving our productivity by eliminating the daily commute. We have also learned to operate without reliance on ‘at hand’ secretarial support that we once thought was . . .
Harriss Wagner is proud to celebrate 20 years in business and sends thanks to our valued clients and friends, who have kindly supported us in achieving this noteworthy milestone. Our journey has been a test of our endurance having experienced a number of ‘black swan’ events throughout the 20 years.
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