Dan Stone can foresee a time when the CompuCom campus in Indian Land will be the home to 3,500 employees and the new Charlotte-area headquarters will be the go-to place for IT services even for small businesses. In fact, Stone, president of CompuCom, predicts those two milestones will be accomplished within the next five or six years. The only holdup, he says, is finding employees. “We can’t find enough of them,” he says. “We want more and more.” On April 9, 2018, CompuCom officially declared the building open, and Stone is already talking about expanding.
CompuCom 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.
CompuCom Systems Inc., a leading provider of managed digital workplace services that is now part of Office Depot, Inc., today introduced the Self Healing Branch™, an automated service that monitors, detects, diagnoses and resolves device performance issues without the need for end-user intervention – empowering bank employees to focus on their customers. The Self Healing Branch™ is an automated service that keeps bank branch technology up and running by monitoring device performance in real time, without the need for end-user intervention – empowering bank employees to focus on their customers.
CompuCom introduced the Self Healing Branch™, an automated service that monitors, detects, diagnoses and resolves device performance issues without the need for end-user intervention – empowering bank employees to focus on their customers.
CompuCom announced the company is again positioned in the Leaders quadrant of Gartner's 2018 Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services, North America. CompuCom provides end-to-end managed services, technology and consulting to enable the digital workplace for enterprise, midsize and small businesses.
4 Reasons Digital Lockers & Vending Will Change the Future of Retail
February 22, 2018 | Post by Ken Jackowitz | 1 Comments
Digital lockers and digital vending provide safety and convenience for both retail business owners and customers. Ordering products online can invite thieves. However, using a locker compartment to securely store products can be helpful to both the seller and the buyer.
Insurtech: Where We Are & Where We're Going
February 14, 2018 | Post by Tim Fisher | 0 Comments
More insurance companies than ever before are updating their legacy systems with more efficient and consumer-focused platforms, including the cloud and automation. This elimination of time-consuming, manual processes, alongside the ability to reduce complexity of on-site IT platforms, has enabled insurers to considerably streamline workflows and provide improved experiences for consumer- and business-level clients.