What are these new categories of data? Data on facility usage is useful not only in the beginning stages of building out space but continuously as new technology impacts employee behavior and processes.
Quantitative data Examples that affect both IT and facilities include: Occupancy data: Occupancy data helps facilities and IT get an accurate idea of how all types of spaces are used in the workplace.
Space management software: acilities and IT get an accurate idea of how all types of spaces are used in the workplace.
Space management software: Space utilization: Utilization is the percentage of time that spaces are reserved during a certain time period.
Organizations can answer questions like, do we have enough spaces for employees to meet? Are some spaces going underutilized? Are others always booked? IT and facilities can compare the digital and physical environments in each space to understand core competencies and where they should focus their attention to have the highest impact on workplace experience.
Space usage: For a long time, the best methods to understand how office space was used were observation and employee feedback.
Understanding meetings based on their duration and space type surfaces the relationship between spaces and the types of events they host.