Enterprises want to get digitalized. They are welcoming new, outside-the-box technologies such as TIMATE which facilitate communication, streamline key business processes, support data usage and enable a fuller control over employees – that is how the Digital Workplace conference is summed up by our CEO, Sebastian Młodziński.
This event dedicated to experts in communication, digitalization of internal processes and HR operations was held on 30–31 January in Warsaw. One of the speakers was Sebastian Młodziński, TIMATE’s CEO, whose presentations was titled “IoT = Internet of Things / Interpretation of Time”.
Enterprises are now ready for the digitalization of workplaces. This transformation can boost the competitive edge and improve the comfort of work. It also supports automation of key processes and enhances the control, which is directly translated into better effectiveness. That is why my presentation focused on the benefits related to the implementation of our system. I pointed out the multiple problems that TIMATE can solve. I accentuated the huge amount of data it can collect and analyse. Companies gather lots of information, but they lack the mechanism that would be able to analyse this information. TIMATE provides a ready-made environment and generates analysed data, says Sebastian Młodziński.
The presentation by our CEO aroused a lot of interest among the participants who assessed it highly in the post-conference survey and admitted they were impressed by TIMATE in the backstage comments.
During the Digital Workplace event I had the opportunity to talk to representatives of several companies who had already heard about our system, but it is still an unknown and pretty exotic solution to the majority of businesses. That’s why I am really happy about the positive feedback from the conference participants. For some people TIMATE turned out to be a real eye-opener: they saw the new approach to time and attendance at work, including remote work, safety and task delegation. Why such a reaction? Because no one before has measured what employees actually do from clock-in to clock-out. Nearly a half of companies participating in the conference said they would want to test our system, says TIMATE’s CEO.
Digital Workplace gathered representatives of more than fifty companies who could attend presentations as well as share their experiences and observations and initiate new business relations. The conference has shown that the process of workplace digitalization is inevitable and enterprises are ready to implement technological innovations that enhance employee engagement.