CompuCom announced that the company has established CompuCom Wholesale, a new vertical providing white-label CompuCom field, lifecycle management and related project services to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), independent service vendors (ISVs), service providers and select large enterprises with retained field organizations.
CompuCom announced that a team of CompuCom associates volunteered time to support the nonprofit Anne Springs Close Greenway, an extensive protected natural area in Ft. Mill, SC that includes trails for hiking, biking, kayaking and horseback riding.
After CompuCom officially announced the opening of its first-of-its-kind, 151,000-square-foot Digital Campus/Global Headquarters located in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina area of Fort Mill, South Carolina, CompuCom was featured on WSOC-TV News. Chief Product Officer Ken Jackowitz was interviewed and gave the camera crew a tour around the building while discussing the features of the smart campus.
CompuCom announced the company has recertified as a Microsoft® Gold Partner and Cloud Solution Provider (CSP). CompuCom’s status level and renewed partnership with Microsoft strengthens the company’s ability to build, sell and provide managed services and support solutions focused on Microsoft technologies for its clients.
Office Depot’s recent IT services acquisition CompuCom has unveiled its brand new global headquarters in Fort Mill (SC). The first-of-its-kind digital campus has been designed to encompass CompuCom’s vision for a technology-focused workplace and to drive collaboration, productivity and operational efficiency across its workforce.
CompuCom Systems, Inc. (“CompuCom®”), a leading provider of managed digital workplace services that is now part of Office Depot, Inc. (NASDAQ:ODP), officially opened a first-of-its-kind, 151,000-square-foot Digital Campus/Global Headquarters located in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina area of Fort Mill, South Carolina. Designed to express CompuCom’s vision of the digital workplace, the Digital Campus (the Campus) rests in the middle of a dynamic and diverse workforce and provides access to a highly technical labor market.
Designed to express CompuCom’s vision of the digital workplace, the Digital Campus (the Campus) rests in the middle of a dynamic and diverse workforce and provides access to a highly technical labor market. The Campus personifies CompuCom’s mission of leveraging technology and innovation to drive collaboration, productivity and operational efficiency. With plenty of room for expansion, CompuCom’s Digital Campus hosts corporate staff, contact center associates — product and service teams — and expects to house up to 3,500 total personnel, in two buildings, over the next five to seven years.
One of the first things a close observer will notice about CompuCom’s new $41 million building in Indian Land is there are no light switches. Lighting is controlled by digital switches that can be managed via the internet. Cisco Digital Building software and hardware allows the lights to mimic daylight and help employees and visitors maintain their circadian rhythm. It’s one of dozens of innovations by CompuCom Systems Inc. at its new building in northern Lancaster County’s Bailes Ridge Business Park, creating the next step beyond smart buildings or “digital buildings,” says Dan Stone, president of CompuCom.