Infinite Peripherals, founded in 1993 by Andrew Graham and Jeffrey Scott, develops, markets and sells technology and peripheral devices/equipment to support an aggressively evolving mobile and wireless business climate and culture. As these peripheral devices transform the traditional retail transaction process, Infinite Peripherals continues to develop breakthrough, industry-leading technologies with proprietary brand names like ‘Linea Pro’ and ‘Infinea Tab’ which incorporate magnetic stripe readers and barcode scanners with Apple’s iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad technologies.
As the business and brand of infinite Peripherals grows and evolves, so do the company’s real estate, workplace occupancy and warehouse requirements. The newly designed office and warehouse space has more than doubled the size of its previous location and significantly increased its functionality.
The culture and work process at Infinite Peripherals is collaborative and team-oriented. With the exception of the customer-facing area, conference room, working conference room and tech room, Infinite Peripherals requested an open, light-filled environment for all staff to enjoy. Although the previous facility had fairly new furniture, Infinite Peripherals chose to incorporate all new furniture products in the new workplace design solution. Some visual and audio privacy was required in the design as sales staff spend significant time on their phones.
It is also interesting to note how glass panels in the workstations are used as writable surfaces, which is an important component of the Infinite Peripherals work process.