With concerns about the safety of returning to the workplace at the top of mind of employees and employers, the need to create healthier spaces by minimizing (or even eliminating when possible) communal surface touchpoints continues to gain further interest.
The pandemic has tested the productivity, efficiency, and infrastructure systems to support customer-experience continuity across industries and has opened the door for employees and thought leaders to accelerate AI and ML initiatives, update infrastructure to support a distributed workforce and seek ways to bring their teams together.
During these times of uncertainty and social distancing, it can be difficult to proceed with important commissioning (Cx) activities, specifically site visits and functional testing as they require travel and interaction in groups. In most states, construction is considered an essential service, but most projects are still proceeding with caution.
As businesses prepare for the workforce’s return to office, employers continue to look for measures that will help build confidence in the workplace and contribute to the wellness of their staff, visitors and guests.