Argentina. Microsoft Argentina announced the opening of its new hybrid offices located in Buenos Aires, which bets on this ecosystem thinking about accessibility to workers, sustainability and other relevant factors for the brand.
The new office is based on four pillars: hybrid working, innovation, sustainability and accessibility. It covers two floors of the modern IRSA tower, located at Calle Della Paolera 261, in Puerto Madero. Of the two levels, one will be destined to promote innovation and collaboration from the use of that exclusive space for business partners and customers of the company, while the other will be reserved for the company's employees.
They are specifically designed to operate in a hybrid work model, to bridge the gap between those who work face-to-face in the office and those who work remotely. This is seen in room technology, which facilitates interaction between people that responds to Microsoft's perspective in which technology adapts to the hybrid work environment.
It also includes open spaces, with a fluid circulation that privileges common meeting spaces, views and natural light, to promote the encounter between teams and simplify the interaction between employees who decide to work under the face-to-face modality and those who decide to do it remotely.
"These new offices not only represent a milestone in terms of innovation and forward vision, but essentially represent Microsoft's more than 30-year commitment to placing Argentine talent and all its employees at the center of its priorities. We firmly believe that this new hybrid work ecosystem, designed to be more accessible, sustainable and attractive, will help us continue to be a key player in the development of the knowledge economy together with our partners and partners," said Fernando López, general manager of Microsoft Argentina.