With a clear strategy to help clients make the transition to digital businesses, Accenture started by rethinking its own workplace strategy and bringing digitalization into the workplace. The Kronberg Campus is a true landmark and showcase of Accenture’s workplace strategy with its design focused on feel-good, dynamic workplaces with lots of benefits and flexible systems where people can connect, meet, collaborate and also co-create with clients.
With the flexible Vecos locker management system, Accenture Germany was able to support their workplace strategy and help their employees move from a territorial, static working style towards a more dynamic working style.
Based on the data provided by the Vecos system, they were also able to reduce the office storage capacity by 40%: while increasing the number of employees, the number of lockers remained the same. By repurposing the free space, catering and daily shops with new services were created as well as new meeting places where employees can easily meet and exchange mind-sets.
Andreas Thiem, Workplace Lead of Accenture Germany, explains: “The Vecos system helped us while we increased the number of our employees in this building. We started in 2016 with an occupation of 60%, now we have an utilization of the office around over 90% and we didn’t have to provide more lockers and storage capacity at all. So this is quite a huge success, because we increased on the one hand and got rid of furniture on the other hand. ”