Bringing a European team together for KORUS

KORUS Group designs and manages corporate spaces across France, Italy and Spain. It means the workforce is geographically dispersed, and they need to be able to work together productively and reliably, wherever they’re located.

While remodelling their headquarters, Korus made contact with StarLeaf partner AVI, who helped them implement a system that combines StarLeaf with collaborative screens and specialist multimedia sharing.

As a result, Korus teams have better communication and are more productive. With its simplicity and ease of use, content sharing capabilities, and extremely reliable interoperability functions, StarLeaf helps KORUS bring people together, to work better, wherever they are.

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