The massive cloud software company goes for a whole new look. 

Cheery Wit task chairs perk up a meeting room.

Known for its innovative call center technology and forward-thinking, cloud-based customer solutions, inContact has been growing at an explosive pace for the past eighteen years.  To accommodate its now almost 1,000-person team, inContact recently consolidated three workspaces—each with its own collection of mismatched furniture—into a brand new, larger building in Salt Lake City. Now a publicly traded company, inContact knew now was the time to officially clean up their look. 

InContact’s needs for the brand new facility were both varied and specific—the office needed everything from adjustable task seating to lounge furniture with tablet arms. inContact reached out to Sarah Breinholt of Workspace Elements who partnered with Austin Beaslin of Design Source and design firm Method Studio. Beaslin knew that both SitOnIt Seating and IDEON would have a variety of flexible seating solutions for every corner of the space – and at pricepoints that were budget-friendly.

Following the sit tests that Breinholt arranged, our Torsa came out as a clear winner on comfort alone. The inContact team was especially impressed by the ability to customize Torsa to match the color scheme of each floor of the office. The Wit and Focus were also chosen as well as the Rio multipurpose chair. InContact also requested a sit test for lounge solutions for their ancillary rooms so Breinholt brought in the IDEON Composium and Visit Modular. The two collections complemented each other effortlessly and proved versatile with their tablet arm attachments.

With such a successful install behind them, the team at inContact decided to standardize on SitOnIt Seating for their next building.

Sales Rep: Design Source – Austin Beaslin 
Dealer: Workspace Elements – Sarah Breinholt 
Time Frame: January – March 2016
Product: SOI Rio, Wit, Torsa, Focus, IDEON Visit Modular, IDEON Composium