The Matrix Booking team is attending WORKTECH18 – the annual, London based conference for organisations involved in the future of work and the workplace as well as real estate, technology and innovation. The WORKTECH18 London conference is a two-day event, which starts on 27 November in the Purcell Room at the Queen Elizabeth Southbank Centre, providing a platform for attendees to debate, discuss and divulge the latest thinking on the future of work and the workplace. More than 3,000 people attend WORKTECH every year and feature Heads of Corporate Real Estate, Heads of Facilities Management and CEO’s.
On their stand the team will be sharing details of its latest technological developments and discussing in depth how Matrix Booking is integral to workplace management across the public and private sector, including 10 South Colonnade in Canary Wharf – the newest in a growing portfolio of government hubs, launched in October 2018, which joins the growing Public Sector Hub Network.
The team will also be discussing their extensive expertise in how to support organisations looking to adopt new technologies and modernise their workplace. Visitors to the Matrix Booking stand can meet with the team and learn how to improve efficiency, raise the standard of the working environment for employees and help facilities managers perform their task and workload better, faster and cheaper. Representing Matrix Booking will be Kieron Murphy, Managing Director, Ian Jones, Head of Professional Services and Will Miller, SME Sales Manager.
The award-winning Matrix Booking Engine is open, secure and specifically designed to be quick and easy to implement – with minimal training required. Appropriate for the requirements of all modern organisations, Matrix Booking can be applied to a range of resources including meeting rooms, desks, offices, car parking and hardware.
Matrix Booking can also be tailored to meet and overcome company-specific challenges through a set of modules such as workplace management, visitor management and collaboration hubs – helping companies discover new strategies for reinvigorating the workplace to ensure assets consistently deliver value.
WORKTECH18 also gives attendees the opportunity to listen to leading industry speakers, thought-leaders and innovators – to further their knowledge and share best practice and expertise. Day one of the conference will feature sessions covering topics that range from collaboration in the workplace through to a panel discussion hosted by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) covering next-generation workplace design. Day two includes a discussion exploring the future of co-working – looking at new trends and perspectives.