Takeda relies on video and media technology by DEKOM

DEKOM provides Asia's largest pharmaceutical manufacturer Takeda with the latest videoconferencing and media technology, and a powerful infrastructure for internal and external collaboration at its Oranienburg location.

Conferencing room furniture at Takeda
03.02.2016 -

Hamburg/Oranienburg, Germany. Europe's full-service partner for audio-visual communications, Hamburg-based DEKOM AG, provides Asia's largest pharmaceutical manufacturer Takeda with the latest videoconferencing and media technology, and a powerful infrastructure for internal and external collaboration at its Oranienburg location.

With around 30,000 employees in over 70 countries, Takeda is the largest pharmaceutical company in Japan and Asia, and one of the global leaders of the industry. However, the most modern and important competence centre for solid dosage forms throughout the global Takeda production network is located in the Brandenburg town of Oranienburg: here, more than 700 employees develop, produce and package more than 6.7 billion tablets and capsules per year for the entire global market.

An increasingly connected world implies enormous opportunities - especially in medicine. Therefore, Takeda permanently and intensively collaborates across departmental, regional and corporate boundaries with colleagues and partners all around the globe. Since this requires a correspondingly powerful communications infrastructure, DEKOM was entrusted to redesign the central conference area at the Takeda Oranienburg plant – and delivered the appropriate solution.

From now on, a professional telepresence environment based on the Media Presence System (a proprietary development of DEKOM) with full collaboration functionality provides the Takeda employees with optimum conditions for inter-divisional, cross-company and transnational collaboration. Thanks to an intelligent, flexible floor plan, appealing design and high-quality audio-visual components, a likewise efficient, comfortable and representative setting was created for both "classical", as well as remote meetings.