Born from the opportunity to bridge the gap between technology and operations, Jamf functions as an Apple IT Management and deployment service. The device management organisation has a strong presence in the States and were looking to expand their ethos and vision to the local Australian market.
Driven by the need to better service clientele and staff, Jamf embarked on a journey to move office to a CBD space and revitalise their workplace. Located in the iconic CUE heritage building on Clarence Street Sydney, the new space is a stunning juxtaposition of contemporary and classical architectural features. As a traditionally US based organisation, the strong partnership between project team, Amicus and design partner The Bold Collective, enabled effective communication and early engagement with the US IT team to meet project deadlines.
The new Jamf workplace is equipped with spaces to cater for a range of uses including shared collaboration zones, sit-to-stand desks, soundproof meeting and private call rooms, booth seating and a specialised training centre to support ongoing customer and staff education. The aim to create a space appropriate for client visits was achieved through the use of custom design pieces, feature joinery, clean modern finishes and eclectic furniture which captures the creative spirit of the organisation.
Our biggest focus for this office was our staff. We moved from a place that everyone did not enjoy, so we actually wanted a new space where our people looked forward to coming to work - Russell Kenny - Education Services Manager APAC, Jamf.
The successful move and reinvigorated design has created a positive shift in staff culture with employees excited and motivated to work. Russell Kenny, Education Services Manager at Jamf has a great sense of pride when inviting clients into the office.
People are enthusiastic to be here. You can tell there is a sense of belonging here that we didn’t have in our previous environment - it’s been a fantastic move - Jamie Davidson - Country Manager (AUS, NZ), Jamf.