Almost 50 per cent of office workers in Southeast Asia rate access to technology above all other office perks like food and slick office design, said Adobe Systems Incorporate. In a statement today, the multinational computer software company said, “The Future of Work: Asia Pacific (APAC) Study” it conducted, also revealed that workers rated the ability to work across all their devices, continuous availability and an ability to collaborate with their team as the most important ways where technology had accelerated productivity. The research involved participants from ten countries in the APAC region, including Malaysia and Singapore, to examine how the role of the people, experiences and machines have been evolving and transforming workplaces. Adobe SEA Managing Director, VR Srivatsan said in an era of the experience business, organisations in SEA had realised that outstanding customer experiences hinged on their ability to attract the best people. “Hence, businesses are ramping up efforts to invest in workplace technologies to drive efficiency and productivity, while delivering a compelling experience for employees.