Workplace BI Features
When it comes to analyzing the performance of your workspace, the possibilities are endless
There’s almost no end to the ways you can leverage Workplace BI to support your workplace management initiatives. In fact, we know that each and every company operates differently which is why we’ve designed Workplace BI to be flexible enough so that you can identify any number of workspace-related inefficiencies, whether they’re unique to your business or common among a variety of industries.
So how have some of our clients used Workplace BI? We’ve listed just a few examples but at the end of the day, the only limit is your imagination.
Real Estate Utilization Analysis
Workspace Efficiency – Discover what satellite offices aren’t being used efficiently, whether smaller groups are unnecessarily using larger, high-end conference rooms, or if the space you have should be reconfigured to meet the needs of the changing workforce.
Planned Vs. Actual – Identify space that was reserved but not used as planned, and identify frequent abusers.
Peak Utilization – Find out what day of the week the office is busiest, what time of day every seat is filled, if there are seasonal demands for space, and more.
Traffic Volume –View trends and patterns about the comings and goings of your employees today that will help you make the most informed real estate decisions for tomorrow.
Floor Plan Analysis – Understand what spaces are in demand and which ones sit vacant to reconfigure your space to make it more appealing to each employee, add collaboration space, and more.
Office Hoteling Program Analysis
Program Adoption – analyze adoption rates and trends over time to get your program off the ground and prove its effectiveness.
No Show Analysis – Workplace BI tracks No Show trends and identifies employees who habitually abuse booking systems.
Utilization Analysis – highlight booking patterns by department or role and can show weekly, monthly, or seasonal habits. Workplace BI can also show you which spaces are most popular and which ones are avoided.
Workspace Density – identify average and maximum occupancy to increase the worker to workspace ration to 2:1, 3:1 or greater, helping you to grow your workforce without expanding your real estate.
Late vs. Early Comparison – sometimes hitting the snooze button once (or twice) can’t be avoided. But getting to work late and finding that the space you reserved is being used by someone else makes a bad day even worse. Workplace BI can identify the right grace period to allow someone before cancelling their booking.
“IDC predicts that the market for business analytics will grow at a rate of 10 percent over the next five years…because it has become a top spending priority for many companies. In our surveys, we find that [business analytics] is either the No. 1 or No. 2 priority for most organizations...” - IDC Business Analytics Study