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Sherwood Design Engineers had always supported the notion of remote working, and they were able to support it fairly effectively for the task workers in their organization who used simple productivity apps.  But when it came to people with high-performance computing requirements, their VPN could not deliver acceptable performance. In order to support remote working for their CAD engineers, they embarked on a search for the right solution.

After their IT Partner, Digiwest, introduced them to Workspot, only a short period of time was needed to prove the solution value in Sherwood’s environment. From there, their remote working requirements became mission critical when pandemic stay-at-home orders were issued. Here’s how Workspot became instrumental to their continued success.

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