An innovation leader and a pioneering force for sustainable solutions in the Middle East, Bee’ah’s new sustainable headquarters will be infused with artificial intelligence across systems and spaces, including a digital concierge for every occupant and visitor. Bee’ah announced an agreement to enhance its new headquarters in Sharjah with a sweeping array of artificial intelligence (AI) and smart building solutions powered by Microsoft.
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From digital workspaces to smart back-office integration, and from smart lobby-visitor management to smart security, employees and visitors at Bee’ah’s new headquarters will experience a diverse range of AI features through multiple touchpoints. These will span across areas including HR, customer care, procurement, administration, and mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.
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