The Future
of
Work.

Raise Digital Metabolism

Disruptive Innovation for the Workplace

In the new digital economy, the connected and networked workplace is shifting every organization's value-chain and business model. We work with leading companies to architect, launch and deliver new innovative digital-driven workplace ecosystems and solutions.

Mesh the Digital and Physical Experience...

We belive that the new digital workplace has to be contructed from the outside-in. It has to increase reach and engagement while decreasing costs. Finally it has to mesh the digital and physical experience.

... Using Smart New Digital Capabilities

The digital workplace offers a disruptive potential to aggressively compete for new state-of-the-art digital capabilities, while moving away from a one-size-fits-all products and services model.

The Digital Economy

The Digital Workplace

The Digital Workplace platform presents a smart digital investment opportunity for forward leaning organizations to transform the workplace experience from the outside-in. 


Supported by two US patents, the Digital Workplace platform offers:


 •The industry’s first digital social network designed for enhanced workplace engagement;


 •A state of the art online community which features blogs, forums, webinars and insights; and


 •An extensive ecosystem of resources which puts the workplace at the center of the experience.


Best-in-Class... the Digital Workplace Platform

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At the core of our disruptive innovation for the workplace are our industry leading solutions. and benefits ecosystems.


Each workplace ecosystem can be customized to fit the transactional, contextual and technology environments of our partners.

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Your partner in the digital economy.

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245 First Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142, United States

(800) 747-8458

The Beauty and Potential of Digital

True digital organizations can shift the value chain, develop new product strategies, increase workplace engagement, improve top lines, and fundamentally change their business models.


The most common source of mistake is not failure to find the right answers... it is the failure to ask the right questions.