WeWork has acquired mobile access control company Waltz in order to provide its enterprise clients easier access to workspaces around the world.
This acquisition comes on the heels of WeWork’s plan to become a one-stop shop for their clients’ workplace needs, having acquired multiple other companies such as Teem and Managed by Q.
[bctt tweet=”Waltz excels at integrating mobile access through its sophisticated products and will allow the flexible workspace provider to build a physical access platform for its global membership.” username=”allwork_space”] Waltz’s new mobile app and reader will allow employees and guests to securely enter buildings and offices.
“Waltz’s incredible team and technology will allow us to broaden our access capabilities, giving members and guests an enhanced experience across our global platform,” said Shiva Rajaraman, CTO at WeWork. “We are extremely excited to welcome the Waltz team to WeWork.”