As a mobility company, WGI is helping clients adjust to technology trends shaping not only transportation, but urban design, parking, and broader access to destinations. Among trends, no other technology has grabbed attention quite like shared electric scooters.
Together Remotely Video Series – Jeff Brophy
In this unprecedented time of social distancing when many of our clients and associates are working remotely, we wanted to spotlight our team members that continue to adapt and better serve our clients.
In this second installment of our new video series, Vice President of P.LA.C.E, Jeff Brophy from our West Palm Beach, FL office tells us how his team members are already used to working together remotely using technology since his team members are already spread across 4 departments in offices across the country.
Jeff talks about how his projects are continuing full steam ahead, and how WGI is helping clients quickly adapt to these new circumstances by leveraging technology.
To learn more about Jeff and how he is serving clients remotely, watch the video below!
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