SCIENCE@WORK, a company focused on promoting and implementing tools and methods that greatly impact the way organizations operate and produce outcomes, signed a strategic agreement with ARDENAS HUMAN AND TECHNOLOGY, a company focused on design and interaction technologies.
SCIENCE@EXPERIENCE, ENGAGING PEOPLE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Combining art, design, science and computer engineering, we create amazing user experiences, delivering portals, mobile apps, virtual reality content, video production and specific projects to address digital communication strategies. Along with this powerful combination, both companies share the vision that digital communication should be based on human empathy, must embrace diversity, is more effective when omnichannel, telling great stories and thinking beyond.
“We are thrilled to have signed this agreement because we share the same values and beliefs on how digital design and tools must be part of user experiences that provoke emotions and attitudes. With this partnership, SCIENCE@WORK may produce stronger projects, addressing customers’ communication requests on an enhanced manner”, says Miguel Rocha, CEO of SCIENCE@WORK.
Vinicius Debian, CEO of ARDENAS, states that “We are very proud to be working with SCIENCE@WORK. Together we will enlarge to several industries and markets the impact we’ve been producing with digital communication tools. Technologies are abundant and available, our job is to fit them to the customers’ communication needs, materializing vibrant projects.”
“Everything we’ve been doing in our projects is aiming to be more productive and efficient, improving users experience. This partnership adds value to our portfolio, having better access to technologies like virtual reality or augmented reality, along with the capacity to offer specific digital tools to our customers’ projects”, states Miguel Rocha, and adds: “We are motivated to bring to our customers state of the art tools and SCIENCE@EXPERIENCE, plays a critical role on change management, customer satisfaction and user experience."