Kev’s spent years delivering software and platform solutions in the access control, visitor management, and identity spaces. His background in product at Paxton and business development at Intreba is key as he helps Proxyclick redefine the relationship between people and data. As Proxyclick’s Director of Product, Kev lives and breathes problem-solving to understand what’s important to your organization and to find elegant and security-focused solutions for those challenges. He’d be more than happy to have a cup of coffee with you and talk about what it takes for your business to become return ready.View the profile
Emily is the Director of Global Commercial Accounts at Proxyclick, a SaaS offering for buildings designed to meet the rapidly growing demand for enhanced visitor experience in the workplace. She’s passionate about how technology can enhance and inform workplace experiences around the world. She strongly believes that people, design, and technology are the successful ingredients to meet visitor needs for both property managers and tenants. Emily is the former Director of Technology at Hudson Yards, a Related Companies project in Manhattan. As one of its earliest members, she was instrumental as part of the Hudson Yards management team overseeing operations, technology, and their tenant technology (TenEx). A speaker at event industry conferences like IFMA and IFMA World Workplace, Emily’s also presented on multiple podcasts for transitioning technology and served as a panelist in webinars with partners and clients. In her free time, Emily is an avid runner, kayaker, and motorcyclist. She’s lived all over the US and is currently calling the west coast home, with her husband and two-year-old daughter. A proud graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, she holds a degree in English but holds her beloved St. Louis Cardinals even closer to her heart.View the profile
About the talk
COVID-19 has upended working life, changing how and where people do their jobs. With governments across the globe starting to ease restrictions and encouraging the reopening of businesses to restore the world economy, health and safety at work is top priority for organizations. Technology plays a central role in enabling employees to safely return to their office buildings; however, it's not as easy as flipping a switch. Organizations are now challenged by the juggling act of managing which employees come to the office and when. This includes notions of access to the facilities and providing sufficient space to move in a safe manner. Add to that the complexity of visitors, visiting employees, contractors, vendors and all the capacity management, temperature scanning and other processes required and you have an overwhelming acute need for landlords to track ‘people flows’ in their buildings in real-time. This talk will discuss how you can unify your people flows into a single view across multiple ‘smart office’ technologies, how you can work across contexts like parking to building lobby to office, and how to coordinate across siloed departments like HR, Physical Security, IT and Property Management.
02:30 What’s different in 2020
06:20 Real-life scenarios
11:10 Unifying experience
22:05 Final thoughts
My name is Kev Jones. I've got 13 years of experience in access control security in people management industries. My backgrounds in this area have really highlighted the impact user experience that should exist is oftentimes overlooked. And at Proxyclick I love working on the touchpoints between people and systems. Hi, my name is Emily Thrasher. And my background is actually in commercial real estate. I worked at related companies on their Hudson Yards Project for
years and my concentration then once operational efficiency implementing strategic technology partners in all while focusing on the best user experience for everyone at Proxyclick I get to do that again, and I work with Siri teams on their approach to providing the best people experience in their facility. So let's start by picturing the people that come into your building. You were your teams probably spend a lot of your day managing all the different types of people to come onto your site. This could be your delivery drivers coming in off 33rd Avenue into your loading
could be visitors actually coming in for us to see a specific tenant who can only go on Mondays and Thursdays now to, of course, DC key regulation doing hot or cold work and a new building or an existing floor.
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