Dallas-based office operating platform Honeycomb has released a commercial version of its software intended to help with the future of work.
As a result of the past year and the pandemic, the office industry is now honed in on creating the most flexible environment possible to accommodate new demands.
This has led companies to transition to shorter leases, cut down on their real estate footprint and look to adopt more flexible offices in suburban areas.
Honeycomb’s technology aims to simplify these operations for buildings and tenants alike. Through the platform, users can gain access to parking, entry access, energy usage, visitor management and more.
“When you think about it, coworking was the market response to the demand of smaller tenants looking for lease flexibility. In 2020, corporations are now seeking broader operational flexibility to accommodate employees and the sharing of resources across locations,” said D’Arcy Young, Honeycomb Founder. “We built Honeycomb to be the keystone technology to power flexibility from the suite level to the entire building and across a portfolio.”
Honeycomb’s goal is to create a seamless user experience across all locations and unify each building’s technologies into one application.