People seem to be content when allowed to work from places of their choice. This is because they find it comfortable working in their homes, avoiding the travel time to reach their office. Some also opt for the informal ambiance of a café over the formal office environment for more efficiency. This efficient use of time within a conducive environment of their choosing ramps up their productivity, leading to quality deliverables.
A survey conducted among support engineers revealed that solving about 60 to 70 percent of machinery problems do not necessarily require the presence of a technician in the factory. Simple fixes such as software upgrades or minor parameter changes can be implemented remotely. Remote access to machines helps to reduce overall downtime, predictively analyze component failures, and speed up maintenance.