Konica Minolta extends its Workplace of the Future Portfolio with Teem

konicaminoltateem2-inKonica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. will partner with Teem – a workplace optimization solution platform – to expand its Workplace of the Future Portfolio. The portfolio is a cloud-based meeting tools and analytics solution that helps companies collaborate more effectively to create workplaces where people, places and technology work together seamlessly. The companies will use their core technologies “to reshape the Workplace of the Future by showing clients what the future of office automation can look like.” Teem provides enterprise clients with the tools needed to optimize their space utilization, move towards more agile working, and support the productivity needs of the workforce in today’s modern working environments.

Dino Pagliarello.
Dino Pagliarello.

“We want to help facilitate a more seamless experience for companies to conduct business,” said Dino Pagliarello, Vice President of Product Management and Planning at Konica Minolta. “By working with a partner like Teem, we’re able to implement a convenient tool for businesses across the U.S. that will make meeting-room scheduling logistics effortless. We couldn’t be more excited about this new relationship.”

Joe Finlayson, Vice President of Business Development at Teem added: “We’re excited to expand Teem’s footprint and partner with a company like Konica Minolta that perfectly aligns with our vision for the future of work.

The platform provides employee-focused meeting tools and activity-driven insights – including eye-catching conference room displays and detailed space-use analytics that drive better decisions on space and facilities’ utilization. By syncing with employee calendars, Teem automatically detects room occupancy and gathers analytics on how rooms are actually used. Any changes in room availability are immediately reflected, avoiding conflicts. An easy-to-use online dashboard allows for simple and secure remote management of all devices running Teem. Konica Minolta will offer Teem’s platform through its direct sales channel and its nationwide dealer sales channel.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.