This morning, the global digital consultancy Monstarlab has announced its partnership with innovative technology Platform PlaceOS. The partnership will help building owners and businesses create next generation Smart Places that cater to the changing ways people use the spaces where they live, work and visit.
How new partnership with PlaceOS creates new opportunities
Not only do businesses need to tackle the challenges of living in a post-Covid world, like the rise of hybrid working models that are leading to lower build occupancy, but they also need to consider how ready they are to meet new government legislation on sustainability and health and safety policy.
This partnership will combine the carefully curated features in the PlaceOS platform with Monstarlab’s expertise in creating digital experiences that drive engagement and revenue. It will enable real estate owners to effectively plan and manage space in their buildings, potentially unlocking new commercial models, create streamlined experiences for building users and drive improvements in energy efficiency and other elements linked to building performance.
Commenting on the partnership, James Hall, UK Executive Director at Monstarlab said:
“Forming a partnership with PlaceOS has allowed Monstarlab to enhance our services and add value to our customer engagements. Using cutting edge technology, and placing the people using these spaces at the heart of what we do, we enable buildings to stay relevant and continue to meet the evolving needs the users require.”
Sabrina Venish, Global Head of Platform Solutions at PlaceOS added:
“PlaceOS and Monstarlab represents the best of both worlds. An integration platform that creates a cohesive technology system by connecting everything in your building; and the expertise and experience in delivering world-class digital solutions.”
Welcoming the news, Nick Constantinou, EVP of UK, Germany, Netherlands & Middle East also said:
“As Monstarlab has continued to grow, so has our collaboration with PlaceOS. Not many companies can say that they have a strong partnership across four continents. This is an exciting time to see how we can use our respective areas of expertise, in a post pandemic world to become the leading suppliers for developing Smart Buildings and delivering exceptional experiences for our customers.”
Monstarlab has 16 years experience in designing digital products and services for businesses globally. Its team of 1,300 consultants encompasses strategy, experience design, product and technical expertise. PlaceOS is a modular platform that integrates with any device, building system, software system, and user interface in a building and/or a tenancy, then automates it. PlaceOS is used extensively by corporate workplaces, commercial real estate, university campuses, manufacturing workplaces, and hospitals to drive user experience and space analytics.
The businesses have already worked together on delivering smart building projects for renowned organisations including a US Bank headquartered in New York, and multiple, global professional services firms. This new partnership enables a more purposeful collaboration that supports businesses to effectively respond to poignant challenges in the wake of the pandemic, while managing costs and creating new revenue streams to maximise return on investment.
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Kathryn Wharton, UK Marketing Manager, Monstarlab
Monstarlab is a digital consultancy established in 2006 in Tokyo, Japan. The company has 31 global offices powered by 1,300 strategists, designers and engineers who excel at strategy and delivery. Specialising in end-to-end enterprise-level digital solutions, we have successfully delivered hundreds of experience transformation projects, including for world-renowned corporations such as PwC, Fujitsu and Tishman Speyer. For more information, please visit our website.
PlaceOS is a modular platform that integrates with any device, building system, software system, and user interface in a building and/or a tenancy, then automates it.
PlaceOS is used extensively by corporate workplaces, commercial real estate, university campuses, manufacturing workplaces, and hospitals to drive user experience and space analytics. Their ultimate aim is to unlock the potential of smart cities by creating a connected and cohesive technology ecosystem. All elements are open source and developer/designer-friendly and if you have an idea for connected building experiences- they have the platform to build it on. For more information, please visit their website.