What Microsoft thinks of PaassPort
PassPort: where Microsoft feels at home
When Microsoft first saw the plans for the PassPort building at Brussels airport, everything fell into place. The design, location, space and the facilities was exactly what they were looking for.
A Connected Hub
Moving to a new location has been creating a lot of positive buzz for employees at Microsoft. Apart from being nearby the existing Microsoft office, younger employees are increasingly less likely to use a car to get around, so accessibility to public transport was high on their list of priorities. With PassPort, they will soon be within easy reach of a train station with frequent trains, the busiest bus stop in Belgium and an endless supply of taxis.
“PassPort will be an ideal place where our staff, partners and customers from across Europe will experience inspiring solutions.” Michael Beal GM Microsoft Belgium, State-of-the-art design and technology
PassPort has an attractive and modern look. It will provide ample space for customers to experience Microsoft solutions. Microsoft will showcase how smart technology in the cloud can contribute to a productive work environment, leveraging sustainability monitoring solutions to contribute in lowering their carbon footprint.
“PassPort will boost our productivity. The building enables us to fully express the creativity that’s in Microsoft’s genes” Michael Beal GM Microsoft Belgium