Workers scan their ID badge and help themselves to keyboards, headsets and other pieces of tech gear.

Logitech vending machines are providing employees with a replacement keyboard, mouse, headset, or other piece of tech gear with a simple scan of their ID badge. The machines are said to improve efficiency, cost savings and employee satisfaction by removing the need to fill out requisition forms and wait for the IT department to order the peripherals needed.

This innovative distrubution method lessens productivity interruptions and enables employees to obtain the work tools they need quickly and easily. These vending machines are located in Logitech's office in Fremont, California, and there are plans to install others in the company's Taiwan design facility and its European headquarters in Switzerland. Logitech's vice president of business products, Bruce Lancaster, talks about the machines in the video below:

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