An end-to-end approach to solving the utilization challenge
Software that collects data. Expertise that turns analytics into insights. And guidance that helps create a custom strategy. All in one accessible place.
A step-by-step solution to solving your challenge.
Step 1: Collect data from multiple sources and aggregate into UtilizationIQ
Step 2: Develop insights from meaningful visualizations and dashboards
Step 3: Create a real estate strategy based on data analysis centered around the way your employees work.
Step 4: Implement workplace programs that align to the newly developed strategy such as restacks, mobility programs, change management programs, and more.
It all starts with the data
Before you can right-size your space, you must gather accurate, informed, analytics. But how?
The ideal solution to getting real-time utilization analytics is a flexible and agnostic platform that collects, stores, and analyzes the data and presents the results in clear visualizations that facilitates the insights needed to execute a portfolio strategy.
One source of data visualization
We work with the systems and data points that are currently in place or select and install sensors depending on the scope, purpose, and scale of your utilization tracking goals and objectives.
UtilizationIQ aggregates data from all of these data points and combines it into one platform to generate meaningful visualizations in a single dashboard.
Put your data to work
What should you do with the data that has been collected? That’s where the expertise from our workplace team comes in.
They’ll help derive meaningful insights from the data and use those insights to identify under-used space, and develop a workplace strategy and program that improves utilization while enhancing employee engagement and satisfaction – guaranteeing alignment to your business goals.
And, when it comes to implementation, they’re the experts that will put the utilization program into action.
Maximize employee engagement by maximizing the space where they work.
We think beyond desks, locations, design, and amenities and focus on the most-important part of your space – your employees.
A successful workplace strategy doesn’t stop with square-footage-per-person. Understanding how your employees behave in the space is the X factor.
According to McKinsey, 70% of change programs fail, with the top reason being employee resistance to change. By creating a workplace strategy program focused around your most-important asset—your talent—you can reduce the risk of failure for high-stakes location and design investments by putting your quantitative and qualitative utilization data to work.
Employees are the backbone of your organization. Make them the center of your real estate strategy.