Take just a few steps back and look at what businesses required yesterday. Fast forward to today, and look at the difference. Everything’s changing: the technology we use, the work environment, our attitudes and concepts of workspaces – all pushing to change the contours of corporate productivity.
That being so, workspaces naturally evolve with changing needs and demands of customers, and WUN systems Inc., a workspace technology provider, thinks so too, as it recently announced its WUN on Demand that gives workspaces ‘whatever they need, whenever they need it, wherever they are.’
According to Dale Hersowitz, WUN on Demand has been designed to support the flexibility of modern workspaces, providing them with same-day product delivery and support. In addition, it has also provided for additional redundancy in terms of distribution and support as it understands that it might be needed at times.
It’s not surprising then that all WUN’s products and features are a direct offshoot of listening to and understanding its customers, while catering to their needs and requirements, and adapting its line of thinking to be in tune with theirs.
WUN’s customer oriented mantra has been built around continuous development, incorporation of the latest technology, and providing data, voice, Wi-Fi, cloud and Internet services that are reportedly fast, secure and nimble.
WUN Systems, a workspace technology leader headquartered in El Segundo, CA (News - Alert) and New York, NY, announced the release of its new white label, e-commerce website, which allows business centers to sell cloud services to their customer base.
Used as a marketing tool for workspaces, WUN's Virtual 2GO is capable of being fully branded, putting the business center online and letting managers and operators promote and sell cloud services through the Web.
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