CHICAGO, September 20, 2018 – Epazz, Inc. (OTC: EPAZ), a leading provider of blockchain cryptocurrency mobile apps and cloud-based business software solutions, announced today that the company’s DeskFlex Hoteling software, work space software and room scheduling software launches FlexCubes for On-Demand Workspace. The price per cube is less than $200 with an annual software license of less than $20 per cube.
FlexCube is a next-generation work space management device that you can use to book desks or work spaces. The FlexCube also offers you an accurate status regarding desk availability in real time – all you need to do is scan the QR code for verification of any reservation via our DeskFlex app. Assisting in the transition from traditional offices to hoteling, FlexCube is a great solution that allows employees to see if a desk is available when they get into the office. The employee would see a green light if available or red light if not available
It is the simplest and quickest way to book any desk or work space on demand. Your users can view upcoming reservations for that space and even reserve the space by verifying that the space is either free or reserved.
The check-in and check-out feature helps users maintain that the reservation is in use. FlexCube also has a feature that involves four colors that each has its own specifications; for example, green indicates available work spaces, red indicates that the space is reserved, the optional blue color indicates the desk is a permanent work space for someone and yellow indicates that the space will be available in 30 minutes.
DeskFlex is used by hospitals, law firms, governments and accounting firms. We believe our solution can attract businesses like Georgia-Pacific that are currently making the transition to hot desk and hoteling. According to Zdnet’s article. Georgia-Pacific’s employees are not in their offices 100 percent of the time. Many of their employees do not require a permanent desk. Instead they have flexible spaces, which allows employees to schedule a desk when they are in the office. It is a growth trend according to Forrester; hoteling office systems are growing as companies better utilize their office space. Office layouts are changing, and employees are telecommuting and embracing the flexible office. Further, Forrester states that 74 percent of tech employees would quit their current jobs to join companies that allow them to sometimes work at home.
A business report released by HTF MI title “Global Workspace Management Software Market 2018-2022” shows that the work space management software market should grow to $816.12 MN by 2022.
“We are excited about the launching of Flexcubes. Our customers have been asking for a simple solution that shows their employees open desk availability which need to login to the hoteling system,” said Shaun Passley, PhD, CEO of Epazz, Inc.
DeskFlex is a hoteling software for conference rooms, work spaces, desks, car parking spaces, equipment, hoteling and hot desking so office managers can accommodate the occasional needs of mobile workers while reducing rent and facility costs. DeskFlex lets employees reserve space in advance or claim a desk right away. It adjusts the telephone switch (PBX) so that calls ring at the “desk du jour.” DeskFlex includes check-in, point-and-click floor maps, web browser, local kiosk, Outlook integration and conference room scheduling. FlexCube is a work space device that displays open office space.
About Epazz, Inc. (www.epazz.com)
Epazz, Inc. is a leading cloud-based software company that specializes in providing customized cloud applications to the corporate world, higher-education institutions and the public sector. Epazz BoxesOS™ v3.0 is the complete business web-based software package for small- to mid-size businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, government agencies and higher-education institutions. BoxesOS provides many of the web-based applications that organizations would otherwise need to purchase separately. Epazz products include DeskFlex™ (room scheduling software) and AutoHire™ (an applicant tracking system).
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