CTO Zach Holmquist of Teem (formerly Eventboard) explains how his company has learned how to deploy iPads throughout an organization to run smoothly in a single app mode across floors, buildings, and campuses across the world. Teem has over 1800 customers throughout the globe including some of the hottest and progressive companies in tech. Believing in the vision that when people, technology, and workplaces meet there should be a way to take that data and knowledge and leverage actionable insights through a SaaS platform. Every space can become a way to understand how employees function and by being on the walls, desks and even phones. Teem can give IT and Facilities managers information that they’ve only had to guess on before.
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CTO and Founder Zach Holmquist created an app called EventBoard in 2013 which has grown and evolved into the new company name launched on October 11th called Teem. Launching Teem comes on the heels of securing series B funding backed by Nokia Ventures, GE Ventures and existing investors from Series A. Focused on creating Saas products that give the complete view of what an office is going and provide never seen before insights on how the offices of 2016 function all over the globe. The Teem platform is helping employees and enterprises increase the efficiency and productivity between people, places, and technology and shaping what the workplace of the future looks like. Learn more at www.teem.com