February 8, 2019 By WorkSocial Editorial
WeWork, the industry leader in the coworking and shared office space made two acquisitions:
Teem is a “The Workplace Experience Platform”. The technology brings the power of sensing, analytics, tools to manage workspaces. Wework paid $100m for this application developer.
Euclid creates an efficient, relevant and compelling experiences in the physical world. According to leadership at WeWork, this two acquisition will enable companies to WeEork-ify their offices.
I believe these two acquisitions are brilliant and while WorkSocial will not weworkify its offices – these technologies will help us become more aware of our client needs and optimize the WorkSocial experience.
This is also showing a shift in the investment strategy of WeWork. I am extremely impressed with their decision to serve not just the coworking community but also creating opportunities to companies to embrace exponential technologies.