PropTech Startup ‘Smarten Spaces’ Aim To Transform Places Of Work With Low Cost And High Productivity
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- Industry: IoT
- Funding: $12M
- Investors: Symphony Holdings
- Headquarter: Singapore
Booking anything is now easier than ever. Whether you want to book an event, a co-working space, a tenant space, or anything else, the tech startup ‘Smarten Spaces’ is the solution for you. The company understands the vital role smart technologies play in our routine activities. Walking to an event space, to know about its price is a mess. That’s where Smarten Space is changing the landscape. It aims to transform places of work and leisure into state-of-the-art sustainable architectures.
At Smarten Spaces, they understand the vital role smart technologies play in their daily activities. They are currently smartening 50 million square feet globally. Their management team has over 100 years of collective experience.
They enhance performance and optimize costs by improving experiences and efficiency. Using state-of-the-art AI and IoT platform, their smart building management system provides enterprises with the ability to offer next-generation spaces that will improve productivity, reduce operational cost, and enhance convenience for end-users.
It is important to have these kinds of startups where they help companies get the maximum output from a limited budget, not only do they help and transform spaces as per your business structure.
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