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Published on May 1, 2018 @ 3:47 pm

News Herman Miller introduces Living Office Settings and leverages new partnership with Whitlock and other tech specialists

Living Office Settings include workplace furnishings, tools, technologies, and services all bundled together and delivered by joint teams based on a customer's needs.

Herman Miller, known for collaborating with world-renowned designers to deliver best-in-class workplace solutions, is now expanding its partner network through the technology sector to bring holistic collaboration solutions to customers in North America with Living Office Settings. This new offer integrates Herman Miller’s innovative furniture designs with collaborative technology solutions from a range of leading

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Published on February 5, 2018 @ 2:53 pm

News The Global Presence Alliance Celebrates its 10th Anniversary and Presents Expansion Plans at ISE

The organization enters 2018 with a larger footprint and more resources for its growing list of customers.

The Netherlands, February 6, 2018 — Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Global Presence Alliance (GPA), the world’s largest audiovisual and collaborative technology delivery organization, will introduce its new structure and executive director during meetings at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in Amsterdam this week. ISE is the largest AV systems integration show in the world and

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Published on January 23, 2018 @ 4:01 pm

News Goldilocks and the Productivity Bear

What to expect in the evolving workplace and productivity in the U.S.

By Julian Phillips, EVP, Whitlock
julian@whitlock.com
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As Janet Yellen prepared for her retirement as the Chair of The Federal Reserve, her legacy was already being defined by the financial press touting that the US would sustain “Goldilocks” status well into 2018 and beyond. According to all indicators, the markets are strong, interest rates and inflation checked, corporate profitability and global economic

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Published on December 28, 2017 @ 9:30 am

News 2018 Brings New Roles for Two Whitlock Executives

Ewan Smith and John Bailey expand focus on the global customer experience.

Whitlock, a video collaboration company, announces expanded roles of its executive team to support its enterprise delivery model and the growing global solutions market. After a strong finish for 2017, two Whitlock leaders are shifting into new roles in 2018. Ewan Smith, the company’s Eastern region VP, was recently promoted to serve as National Vice

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Published on October 19, 2017 @ 3:46 pm

News Whitlock Expands Relationships for Global Collaboration Solutions & Services

Key New Hires and Expansion in the Global Presence Alliance land Whitlock in a strong position for supporting multi-national enterprises.

Whitlock, a video collaboration company, announces expanding its services, partners and team members to match continuing growth in its global customer base. Powering up its delivery team, Whitlock has hired Michael Kalman to serve as its national director of technical operations. Michael’s background in IT and Communications has brought a fresh approach to improving workflows,

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Published on October 6, 2017 @ 12:10 pm

News From Ignite, Back to the Home Office.

By Cheryl Cox, Director, Marketing & Communications, Whitlock
cheryl.cox@whitlock.com
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For Us, Ignite was all about teams and Teams At Whitlock, we’re in the business of bringing people together. We help customers learn how to build trust, build teams and bring new ideas to market faster with devices like the Microsoft Surface Hub, plus cloud and virtual solutions too. We had many great conversations at

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