Workspace Analytics

High-level business decisions are rarely made on guesswork, gut feelings, or vague perceptions of trends. The analysis of dependable data is the only way to go when it comes to formulating and evidencing a cost-saving or productivity-improving proposal. To make decisions about business aspects including IT infrastructure, real estate or AV requirements (and more), you need to know exactly how people are using your assets. You need actionable insight. You need workspace analytics.

Data-driven decision-making for maximum improvement

Our workspace analytics provide meaningful data from multi-point data sources across our integrated digital and physical workspace solutions, meaning that you can build a clear picture of how well your environments are working – and continue to work – for your organisation.

Of course, even following the most in-depth discovery, consultation and design process, the optimal workspace solution is only such for a snapshot in time – business needs don’t stand still; needs evolve with growth, diversification or market shifts, while technological advancement constantly brings new and improved solutions into the realm of the possible.

To ensure they remain optimal over time, a process of continuous improvement should be applied to both physical and virtual workspaces, using dependable analytics data for better visibility and control. Ultimately, the result is a more agile, resilient business, which can adapt and thrive (not just survive), even during the most challenging periods of economic depression.

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The power of AI: actionable insights to support success

Our AI-powered system delivers practical insights that can be used to inform workspace strategy, including data on the occupancy, utilisation, dwell and churn of workspaces (whether hot-desks, meeting rooms, or ancillary areas), and technology interaction. With the right information at your fingertips, you can make informed decisions that enhance employee and customer experience, control costs, and support other business objectives, including improved security or better sustainability.

For example, occupancy trends might show that workers are shifting towards certain sites over others (or maybe taking advantage of homeworking more often, since the right digital solutions have been put in place), which could result in a real estate reduction in some areas, along with the significant cost savings that come with it. 

Or, you might notice that certain meeting rooms aren’t being used (maybe they’re too big, or too small, for the usual meeting size in your organisation), or that certain hot-desks are avoided (perhaps they’re too close to a high-traffic area, or are prone to screen glare). With the correct analysis and subsequent decision-making, you can match the real (not perceived) need of your business as closely as possible with the resource, for maximum efficiency and value.

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