Explore practical ways to measure desk utilisation within your workplace and make evidence based operational change management decisions.
Leverage technology to improve workplace experience
Find out why user experience plays a huge part in driving real estate value as well as how Facilities and Workplace teams can work collaboratively using technology.
Building a business case for workplace change
Explore practical tips to build an ROI driven business case as well as the key steps to the planning and data collection phase.
How to measure workspace occupancy
Best practice guide
Learn how to achieve optimum office utilisation using space utilisation data to drive decision making and workplace change.
How to create evidence based workplace strategies
Explore how to leverage space utilisation data to balance real estate costs and future proof your workplace strategies. Get practical tips to customise sharing ratios to rightsize across different types of spaces.
How to measure workplace occupancy
Explore the different types of workplace occupancy sensors to understand what is right for your organisation to get an objective view of how spaces are utilised.
3 key technical designs to create Smarter workspaces
Future proofing building designs and smart workspaces requires 3 critical technical considerations you need to know, from workplace sensors to the ideal network.
3 Key metrics to measure workspace occupancy
Using data gives you better control over budgets and costs, enabling you to accurately plan space utilisation and benchmark for success.
5 ways to increase desk utilisation
Get practical ways to increase space utilisation and identify opportunities for workplace change initiatives. Use data to drive your workplace strategies and building redesigns.
4 reasons why building managers use sensors to reduce operating expenses
Explore why space utilisation sensors are fast becoming the norm to gather data on how buildings are utilised, as well as how Facility teams can efficiently move towards agile working practices.
4 reasons why sensors are replacing manual surveys
The growing demand for occupancy data and evidence based insight to redesign workspaces has led to a growing need for facilities and corporate real estate teams to be able to provide information quickly and objectively. Many companies are moving away from the traditional methods of collecting occupancy data.
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