We’re living in a digital world where pencils, rulers, and custom stationery are less relevant. Employees need the right tools to perform at the highest levels.
The rapidity of innovation and the planned obsolescence of some smartphones have considerably altered the timelines for business-related procurements and deployments.
Workers need the fastest devices, as fast as possible, and the most secure, strategically beneficial SaaS options, or else they could be put at a competitive disadvantage.
Problems may arise when these solution stacks introduce more operational confusion than efficiency.
But there’s also a more practical, logistical challenge here— actually putting the tools in the hands of the people who need them, and keeping track of resources. One company based in Indiana thinks that it can accomplish some of that by revamping an old technology: vending machines.