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10.10.2017, 11:10

Enabling Streamlined Workplaces

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TEOS Manage simplifies working, enhances collaboration and optimises the facilities management of AV.

Sony Professional Solutions Europe has worked with customers and partners to develop a new range of solutions for corporate environments. TEOS solutions are designed to transform workspaces for employees and visitors so that working is simplified, collaboration is enhanced and facilities management is optimised. The first solution to be launched, TEOS Manage, enables a streamlined workspace experience where devices are interconnected, automated and easily controlled, so content can be shared and communicated effortlessly. Management of all a building’s IP devices, from displays and projectors are easily controllable with TEOS Manage.


“We know that three of the big challenges many organisations struggle with are technology disrupting meetings and collaboration, managing devices and workspace occupancy across buildings and creating consistent and effective corporate communications,” said Thomas Issa, Product Manager for B2B Displays at Sony Professional Solutions Europe. “TEOS Manage is designed to support businesses in overcoming these challenges by increasing efficiencies across building management and user behaviour. With TEOS, work days become easier and more productive.”


The TEOS Manage platform gives businesses total control of their corporate workplace communications. All IP devices, Sony displays, projectors and tablets, as well as other branded devices on demand, can be centrally controlled. Devices can be flexibly grouped by building, floor, or any other criteria, so it’s easy to push through content, from emergency alerts to digital signage. The solution also integrates with Microsoft Exchange, Outlook 365 and Google Agenda, as well as other platforms on demand, so room bookings can be displayed on any connected devices. And scheduling tools make it simple to change content at specific times, or turn off devices automatically to save energy.


As well as managing content, TEOS Manage makes creating it easy with the in-built Signage Designer, including functions to pull in content from YouTube and other social media platforms. The platform also gives a complete overview of a building with a comprehensive dashboard that displays meeting room occupancy, content distribution and alerts in case of issues. TEOS Manage can be purchased as software to manage your existing infrastructure, hosted locally or in the cloud, or as part of a fully installed and integrated hardware and software solution.


“TEOS Manage is part of a broader range of corporate solutions designed to meet a wide range of business needs,” concluded Thomas Issa. “So whether you’re looking for a smart display on a wall, or you want to create a fully automated and integrated workplace, Sony can help.”



TEOS Manage is available now, with further solutions in the TEOS range coming later this year. For more information visit: TEOS Manage,




About Sony

Sony Professional Solutions exists to unleash the incredible power of images. Helping customers tell stories, springboard change, connect emotionally, stimulate learning and activate potential is at the heart of our vision. With a winning combination of technology and creativity Sony partners with businesses across a wide variety of sectors including Media and Broadcast, Theatre, Healthcare, Sports and Corporate and Education markets to deliver innovative and transformational customer solutions. Operating with over 30 years’ experience and a trusted network of established technology partners Sony’s wide portfolio of product and services propositions provides true value to businesses and informs, educates, entertains and inspires their customers. For more information, please visit Follow us on Twitter @SonyDisplays /


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