MILANO ( – The Call for Innovation “Future Office” launched by the Buffetti group and Digital Magics has been won by the SME Gipo. The company has developed a web app for medical studies and is a real integrated management system for organising times and work spaces with colleagues and administrative staff, as well as a virtual assistant with artificial intelligence to support the use of functions. Gipo won a grant of 3,000 euros, logistical support and mentorship services from Buffetti for six months. “The Buffetti group is the perfect example of how an excellent traditional company has been able to innovate over the years – said Layla Pavone, Director and Chief Innovation Marketing and Communication Officer of Digital Magics – Having opened its own processes, services and products to external startups and digital SMEs, working together for this Open Innovation program, is a further demonstration of how companies in the future are moving more towards digital”.