The Evoko Naso allows Evoko to enter the desk-booking arena in time to help companies and their remote workers to manage the return-to-work phase as the world is entering the new normal. Users can book any type of space, as well as request services such as catering or deliverable AV equipment, and schedule other resources, all via their mobile devices.
Guest and visitor management is another valuable piece of the Naso offering, and robust reporting will aid in contact tracing as companies and employees continue to navigate these uncertain times. Customers can choose between three Naso packages — Rose, Pepper and Guava — to get the combination of feature sets they really need. The Naso will be flexible and scalable to accommodate work environments of all types and sizes.
Evoko expects that, since a significant majority of workers say they’ll want to be able to work from the office as well as remotely post-pandemic, the Naso will enable them to do so. In addition to the mobile app making desk-booking and other functions quick and simple for users, the Naso will also provide metrics and statistics, allowing companies to better manage their real estate footprints after reconfiguring leases and office space as the pandemic subsides and the world of flexible working continues to gain favor.
The Evoko Liso is still a premium on solution for those who want to host their room-booking solution on their own premises, whereas the Naso is a hosted cloud solution. They’ve just released version 2.5 for the Liso and have also made significant enhancements to Evoko Booking, their multi-tenant room scheduling system which is bundled with the Liso and ideal for coworking spaces.