Colaboración y productividad


Collaboration and productivity

Get a smart workplace that is ready for today's needs and tomorrow's challenges.


Collaboration and productivity

Get a smart workplace that is ready for today's needs and tomorrow's challenges.

What does the modern workplace need?

The modernisation of the workplace is now a differentiating factor in organisations. Concepts such as smart productivity, connectivity, mobility, job flexibility, open collaboration and knowledge-sharing are trends in designing a people-centred workplace.

In digital modernisation processes, the challenges facing the workplace of the future are many and can be grouped into five main areas:

A redesigned space, where offices and other work spaces have shared locations, connectivity is ubiquitous and conferencing solutions through unified communications and voice are widely accepted

Work space
Espacios de trabajo
Adaptación sostenible

New styles of working, which include collaboration, mobility and multi-device aspects, while also taking into account key aspects such as privacy and secure access to data, are of vital importance in modern companies with a focus on sustainability.

Sustainable adaptation

The employee experience, applying the latest innovation models to improve working conditions, providing new decision-making tools and implementing changes necessary for talent acquisition.

Experiencia del empleado

Intelligent automation of processes to avoid unnecessary work that does not provide added value. Automation that harnesses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to benefit from integration and elimination of information silos.


Since 2020, four generations have been working together in organisations; Baby boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z. From purely analog to digital natives, each has different training, habits and needs. Technology is a means of reducing the intergenerational gap.

Relevo generacional

The work of the future

When conceiving the workplace of the future, the ultimate goal is to obtain competitive advantages to improve the quality of the products and services offered by organisations to their customers, reducing time-to-market, achieving cost savings, increasing employee satisfaction and focusing on higher value activities.

Employees are also demanding mobility and work-life balance, as well as reliable, robust and simple tools. The overall challenge is to combine business objectives with user needs, without sacrificing the requirements of IT departments.

Because let's not forget that, from an IT perspective, the aim is to have a unified workstation, standardised tools (operating system and software applications), homogenous equipment (at the hardware level) and specialised service provided centrally. Without losing sight of the fact that work spaces must be configured according to the real needs of people.

Colaboración y productividad

Collaboration is key to productivity

At SEIDOR, we focus on the tools that make people's work easier. Solutions such as those offered by Microsoft in which all applications are integrated with each other (including management solutions such as SAP), making it easy to start a chat with a colleague, share a contact, block a slot in the schedule to call a meeting, hold that meeting regardless of distances and edit documents collaboratively.