- So, Agne where do you work?
- Schuberg Philis.
- Hmmm. Never heard of it...
And then my story starts explaining our company history, no manager culture and self-steering customer teams obsessed with 100% customer satisfaction.
Today I am very happy to show a short glimpse into one of the coolest spaces we have at Schuberg Philis - Labs271.
This is a place where you can meet our robotdog, experiment in our 'toy factory' and get inspired on how to optimize manufacturing processes or get to learn on how tactile computing can simulate your operations environment.
Sounds interesting? Are you currently puzzled how digital technology can solve your business challenges?
Feel free to reach out to me! We love talking with business leaders and brainstorming on how digital technologies can solve the biggest business problems. Although we are a technology company, we never start there. Business problem first, technology second!
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