Microsoft Argentina announced its official opening of new hybrid offices in the city of Buenos Aires. With this project, the technology company seeks to “strengthen its commitment to talent and the development of the knowledge economy in the country.”
“These new services not only represent a milestone of innovation and vision for the future, but essentially represent Microsoft’s commitment of more than 30 years to place Argentine talent and all its supporters at the center of its priorities. We firmly believe that this new work of the hybrid ecosystem, which is more efficient, sustainable and he wanted to be nice, he will help us to be a key player in the development of the knowledge economy together with our partners and partners”, commented Fernando López Iervasi, general. manager of Microsoft Argentina.
Microsoft Offices shared space
For that part, Inés Puente, director of Human Resources of the company, stated that this plan “consists of the long-term commitment that Microsoft has to develop in Argentina and the main objective of capturing, attracting and retaining the best talents and professionals in knowledge, industry. “We as an organization set the challenge of providing the best experience in terms of innovation, accessibility and sustainability for all our collaborators,” he added.
The project covers two floors of the IRSA tower, located at Calle Della Paolera 261, in Puerto Madero. Of the two levels, one will be designed to promote innovation and collaboration through the use of this exclusive space for the company’s business partners and clients, while the other will be reserved for collaborative partners.
Microsoft conference room
These services are specifically designed to work in a hybrid work model, to bridge the gap between those who work face-to-face in the office and those who work remotely. This is seen in the technology of the rooms, which facilitates the interaction between people, which corresponds to Microsoft’s perspective, in which the technology adapts to the work environment of hybrids. It also contains open spaces, with fluid circulation that privileges common meeting spaces, views and natural light, to promote meetings between teams and a simpler interaction between employees who decide to work in person and those who decide to do it in person.
A work study carried out between November and December 2021 by Microsoft Argentina and the University of San Andrés highlights that 77% of people surveyed prefer to work in a hybrid way. The study found that this modality produces a positive impact on personal well-being, work initiative and personal commitment.
Microsoft certification site
With a focus on advancing innovation, they have new services designed exclusively for customers and business partners to provide training and collaborative work between Microsoft, customers and their business partners. This space works to promote the Microsoft ecosystem by holding meetings, providing training, and showing customers how Microsoft technologies work in specific scenarios.
Also, the facilities in the office are designed to be 100% accessible. Microsoft seeks to promote a work environment designed for all people. From the access to the building, to the comfortable workshops with a large space in between, the design of the kitchen and all the spaces.
Microsoft also wants to strengthen the role of sustainability, located in AAA and certified buildings, have energy-saving panels, rainwater reuse systems; the furniture is also made with recyclable materials and with local suppliers to promote an honest circle in the countryside.