Frankfurt, Germany: merTens AG, a leading work-place consultant and 360° AV specialist, announced today that it has entered a partnership with Alleo, a U.S.-based company that specializes in deep collaboration canvassing technology.
The partnership aims to focus on the needs of the future-oriented workplace, Workplace 4.0. Leading companies are no longer looking at collaboration on a team or cellular level but are analyzing collaboration on a corporate or industry level. Deep collaboration looks at the whole, instead of the micro-collaborations, the puzzle instead of the puzzle pieces. Unified collaboration, content storing and sharing, job specific applications and tools all need to be consolidated in a single collaboration space, as good as if you were sitting at the same table. That is what Alleo offers to drive ideas to outcomes.
merTens AG looks beyond the hardware and software sales, but also advises, supports and implements the projects taking into account the latest digitization and work place standards for the long term. Alleo provides an interactive, web-based deep collaboration canvas to productively drive ideas to outcomes. The platform allows teams to work together seamlessly, regardless of location or hardware and provides an intuitive and easy-to-use interface to get the job done.
“Alleo realizes the Workplace 4.0 today” said Jörg Rong, Senior Workplace Consultant with merTens AG. “The browser-based canvas combined an agnostic hardware approach, makes this accessible for any company. With customizable and simple templates and user-interface, the participants engage more, leading to higher adoption, faster innovation, and ultimately higher ROI.”
Glenn Wastyn, EMEA Director of Alleo, reinforces the partnership: “Alleo focusses on hybrid, enterprise solutions, not free consumer-grade software. Not only does merTens AG have a very innovative perspective on the market, but they also offer high-end, all-in support which interests joint global customers, as well as opportunities for their market-leading local customers.”