In an industry that emphasizes the importance of networking and relationships, it’s natural to lean on personal interactions to form judgments and make decisions. However, in a world with an increasingly complex web of employees, vendors, customers, and partners, depending on personal familiarity can be unreliable for business.
Traditionally, when it comes to implementing technology in a workplace build-out, it has been presented as a single point patchwork solution on the road to a build-out. For example, one LED motion graphics walls displayed here; an HVAC remote monitoring solution gets deployed there, followed by implementing lighting control systems, leading to a separate security sensor system installed. In short, when multiple technology vendors are involved, it creates more chaotic disruption and new complexities rather than cohesion.
Netrix provides architects the advanced technology, resources, and partnerships needed to address much of the patchwork problems. Serving as a one-stop-shop solutions provider allows Netrix to replace the reliance on multiple vendors and takes extraneous correspondences off the architect’s back. This in turn, dramatically drops the costs to implement programs and paves the way for successful technology-enabled workplace adoption.