Kokuyo has produced an office system in the true spirit of Japanese design, excellence and craftsmanship to meet the high demands of today’s workplace.
20 October, 2014
Many profound changes are taking place in the workplace today, and the challenge for manufacturers of office furniture and systems is to continuously look at ways in which their products can address the evolving needs of a company and its employees.
Enter Saibi by Kokuyo. It has been conceived in the Japanese spirit of “Monozukuri”, which places emphasis on the making of well-designed and well-made products.
Saibi has been developed to integrate seamlessly with different working styles, catering to the unique needs of each individual in a fast moving organisation.
With businesses striving to meet the challenges of global demands, Saibi acts as a ‘one-stop’ point, for exchanging information to holding impromptu discussions seamlessly.
Saibi can be easily configured to create more or less privacy depending on the work styles needed, and this flexibility helps to heighten one’s efficiency and concentration levels.
From where one works, it also serves as an informal discussion place, a shared social space, where great ideas and new knowledge derive.
Responsiveness and receptiveness play an important role for management, and with Saibi’s ability to facilitate openness and transparency, communication and cohesiveness between superiors and subordinates can be improved.
Ultimately, the key to a successful corporate business rests on how well an organisation is able to cope with ever-changing workplace behaviours and constantly evolving work styles. To that end, Saibi is designed with a long-term outlook; it enables you to make the most of the workplace, thanks to its highly flexible nature.
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