Home2Office Announces Business Alliance with the Work Design Collaborative

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Corporate Agility authors find IT company and teleworker portal a 'perfect fit' for the future of work.

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You'd be hard pressed to find a more complementary business relationship--the best part is, it's our clients who are the real winners from this relationship.

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Home2Office® The Managed Telecommute® is pleased to announce a strategic alliance with the Work Design Collaborative (WDC). Home2Office, LLC (H2O) is recognized as a market leader in the rapidly growing telecommuting space with a patent-pending business telecommuting solution called The Managed Telecommute. WDC provides business research and advisory services and is the architect of the Workplace Innovation and Performance Network (WIPN), formerly the Future of Work global community. (WIPN partners include HP, Accenture, Boeing, and Scan Health Plan). The consortium focuses on achieving new levels of workforce and workplace productivity. Both WDC and Home2Office recognized their complementary services when working jointly on behalf of a shared client who was seeking to deploy a two hundred-employee teleworker program.

Charles Grantham, co-author of Corporate Agility and executive producer and co-founder of the WDC said, "We recognized early on that Home2Office offered a totally unique solution. Their unique teleworker portal offers benefits we have not seen in this market space. Our association with Home2Office adds real value to our consultative proposition of how to organize, support and manage the distributed workforce of tomorrow."

"We're extremely proud to be associated with WDC co-founders and authors James Ware and Charles Grantham. Their book Corporate Agility expertly details the case for dramatic change in the way organizations manage their remote workforce. These guys are real experts who have been in this industry for many years. It's an honor to be officially associated with such 'thought leaders' who are changing the face of tomorrow's workspace ." said Edmon Hagee, CEO of Home2Office, LLC.        

Jim Ware, co-founder of WDC, added, "The sustainable company of the future needs to embrace new, revolutionary strategies. It is not just enough to give employees a cable modem and send them home to work. We've recently seen the teleworker recalls from huge companies like HP and AT&T. If those corporate giants are struggling, what does that mean for medium-sized companies attempting alternate work strategies? There are multiple success criteria when deploying an effective telecommuting solution and the H2O portal really simplifies the challenge." H2O's Hagee added, "You'd be hard pressed to find a more complementary business relationship--the best part is, it's our clients who are the real winners from this relationship."

About Home2Office® LLC
Home2Office http://www.home2office.com is a San Diego-based leading provider of IT solutions for small and medium-sized businesses. H2O is also recognized as a market leader in the rapidly growing telecommuting space. The company has a patent-pending customer teleworker solution called The Managed Commute®. For information call (858) 576-1426.

About the Work Design Collaborative and Workplace Innovation and Performance Network
Prescott Arizona-based The Work Design Collaborative, LLC,(http://www.thefutureofwork.net) provides leadership for the Workplace Innovation and Performance Network (WIPN), formerly called the Future of Work community, as well as research and advisory services for its corporate clients and local community development organizations. WIPN is a global network of senior professionals committed to re-defining work and implementing new work environments that are cost-effective, socially and environmentally responsible, and personally satisfying. WDC/WIPN are focused on helping their members and clients achieve new levels of workforce and workplace productivity. For more information, visit the WDC website.

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