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Office Design Company Midas Company, Ltd. Opens Newly Renovated Office Space in Tokyo : Fujitsu Hard Drive

July 29, 2014 Jon 0 Comments

Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) March 27, 2013

Free address workspace where hard drives, fixed phone lines and cabinet space are a thing of the past, refresh kiosks offering special features like massage chairs and healing music, a giant cedar Dining Table style work center where preferred seats are taboo and across-division communication thrives, and luxurious use of Kanbatsuzai or recycled wood to help preserve Japans forests are but a few features that make the new Midas office design a magnet for facility managers in every industry.

Everyone is looking to re-engineer office space to raise worker satisfaction, lower fixed cost and provide efficient service to clients.

Basically, Midas proves that an improved office environment will improve your bottom line. Two months after the grand opening of its cutting edge model office in Tsukiji, Japan numbers show the psychological and financial value in challenging the conventional office design to meet the ever-changing requirements of a smarter business work force and environment.

Maintaining Corporate Growth Amid this Workplace and Work-style Evolution Requires A Brand New Office Environment.

Based on 36 years of experience serving some 5000 demanding clients including Alcatel-Lucent, DHL Supply Chain, Levis, Callaway Golf, and Fujitsu, Midas learned the conventional office design required a major overhaul. In November, 2012, after a year of planning and meticulous discussion, Midas bit the bullet and ripped apart their Tsukiji home office. Out went the knick knack and document-filled cubicles, tethered fixed telephone lines, multiple meeting rooms and glaring office lighting. In came hot desking, smart phone centered un-tethered infrastructure, purpose-focused meeting rooms and softer LED lighting.

We knew that work style trends were undergoing unprecedented change in terms of the mobile workplace concept. Basically, people with their note PC can pretty much work anywhere. Simultaneously though, the need for communication among employees, remains a critical concern. We understood the office should become a connecting hub rather than a static destination, explains Kiyohiko Ozawa, Harvard educated President of Midas consulting firm, DOUMA. http://www.douma.jp/home_english.html

We constantly consult with clients on how to improve their bottom line with innovative office design and layouts, but to really take it the whole nine yards, we decided to do a full overhaul of our own office and create a real model example of our approach, continues Ozawa.

The risk Midas took is paying off earlier than expected.


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