Welcome to the Future of Work: Smart Working.
The way we work has undergone a fundamental change in recent years. Globalization and digitization are forcing companies to introduce increasingly agile structures and work processes. In the battle to recruit talented qualified employees and therefore the new generation of digital natives, companies need to present themselves as modern employer brands and be receptive to more flexible forms of cooperation, from the home office through to worldwide collaboration.
We call this Smart Working: People connect with each other and share their expertise, culminating in an unlimited exchange of knowledge – wherever, whenever and with whichever media they work. The prerequisite is the intelligent interconnection of progressive technologies, from mobile devices through to virtualization and cloud solutions as well as social business platforms.
In order to implement Smart Working, Centracon benefits from its wealth of experience in the optimization and virtualization of IT workplaces. Familiarity with the opportunities offered by the latest technologies, consultancy based on the tried-and-tested Process Model, and the constant observation of new trends result in forward-looking solutions that efficiently organize business processes and have a sustainable commercial advantage.
To us, Smart Working means focusing on people – at all times. A key objective of our IT business and technology consultancy is to tangibly improve the way people work. In this context, smarter consultancy involves more than using technology merely for the sake of it, but utilizing it in order to consistently exploit its advantages – for people and with people. In addition to specialist skills, social competence is an outstanding trait in all our consultants.
We also require and promote a culture of Smart Working within Centracon itself. This ranges from the continual exchange of experiences between our consultants via the Centracon community through to collaboration with researchers and developers.
At Centracon, the future of work is not a vision. It is the reality we actively practice.