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How one Start-Up Used Data to Solve a Common Office Problem

If you prefer to work in a quiet space, how do you get work done in a noisy, distracting office? One company received complaints from staff who were having difficultly being productive amidst the constant hum of people around them in their open concept space. Instead of ignore the problem or put walls to create a cube farm, they opted for a smarter, data-driven approach that made everyone happy.
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