Four billion wirelessly charging enabled phones will be in circulation by 2023, which means by 2025 there will be more wireless charging devices than people on the planet. Today, almost all phones released are wireless charging enabled, and we rely on our phones in almost every aspect of life; to stay in touch, to get around, for faster payments, and to stay productive – but without power none of this happens. Chargifi is doing for power what Wi-Fi did for connectivity, by providing smart convenient power across workplaces. Where people go, power must follow.
Our customers choose Chargifi because they want convenient, safe and reliable power in their spaces. This helps them differentiate on workplace experience. We provide cloud-managed “Wireless Charging as a Service” so everything just works, from deployment to through to touhless, convenient power. Our solutions are future proofed and integrate into existing workplace technologies for deeper space utilization and behavior data insights and touchless experiences. Our customers choose Chargifi as foundation to great experience.
Power when and where employees need it, no cables, just great experience.
Masters of deploying and managing at scale for Enterprise.
Seamless in your spaces, no cable clutter, safe and wipeclean.
“The products and services from Chargifi represent a key building block in the Wireless Charging ecosystem that help solve problems for consumers and public infrastructure partners.”
Sanjay Vora, Intel
VP & GM of User Experience
“We know convenient wireless power and staying connected is critical to customer. Our goal is to ensure our busy guests have both their business and leisure needs catered for and we see Chargifi as a fantastic addition to our offering.”
John Schafer, Grand Hyatt
Area Vice President and General Manager
“Today’s enterprises are demanding more connectivity, and power is central to that experience. I am most excited in the strategic partnership that will enable us to bring its wireless power technology to our global customer base.”
Vishal Lall, HPE
SVP Strategy and Ventures