The Do Company and Channel Tools announce strategic partnership

The Do Company, innovators of private and collaborative workspaces called Nook Pod, have chosen Channel Tools as their strategic partner for Europe. Channel Tools will help sell Nook’s portfolio of solutions and position it in the market.

This partnership will allow both organisations to extend their European reach and will allow Channel Tools to extend their reach in key verticals involving Intelligent Spaces, including Workspace and Events. Channel Tools will aim to draw from their experience in the technology sector to extend the channel for the Nook Pod by developing further technology integration with the product, to provide a truly connected digital solution.

Zoe Magee (pictured), CEO of Mobile and IoT at Channel Tools said “We were excited about The Nook Pod from our very first meeting with David. There was a clear vision on how The Nook fitted into our business proposition to our customers. Our IoT enabled mobile and engagement platforms as well as interactive event applications will further extend the Nook becoming the ideal OFF the shelf workstation.”

David O’Coimin, CEO and Founder at the Do Company said “This is an exciting step for the Do Company. We are relishing the opportunity to demonstrate how smart and agile workspace pods will help address the serious challenges in open offices in this age of remote working, co-working, flexible contracts and agile workplaces. Nook Pods solve a broad range of concentration and innovation sapping issues typically found in the work-scape while offering a quiet refuge from noisy busy spaces. We’ve seen wasted spaces turned in to great places from corridors to under stairs, reception areas and canteens, event spaces and of course office environments. We are certainly looking forward to see this relationship grow. With the addition of key technology integrations we want the Nook to become the smartest and most connected off-the-shelf workstation in the world.”

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