Workplace Analytics

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A new view of your real estate and facilities key performance indicators

Make effective decisions

Workplace Analytics (WA) delivers a new view into your real estate, workplace and facilities data so you can make more effective decisions to optimize your building portfolio. By blending data with scientific methodology which has been enhanced by Trimble’s specialized expertise, Workplace Analytics provides a comprehensive view of the utilization, capacity, square footage (meters), lease expirations and total cost of operations (TCO) across your entire real estate portfolio. Workplace Analytics allows you to:

  • Utilize industry standardized benchmarks, such as IFMA, OSCRE, BOMA and RICS
  • Focus on the most critical FM and RE metrics
  • Visualize data through GIS maps, charts and graphs for easy viewing of data across a city, region or the entire global portfolio
  • Build accurate, consistent and clear presentation charts and graphic representations, using your existing real estate, workplace and facilities data

Developed with client input through rapid prototyping

Through a rapid prototyping methodology, Workplace Analytics was developed with Real Estate & Workplace Solutions experts along with corporate real estate and facility executives, managers and planners. This intuitive application displays complex benchmarks and KPIs with clear charting and graphics functionality.  With Workplace Analytics you can utilize both small and big data generated by your real estate and facility applications to produce actionable insights. While we propose you use data generated from Trimble's CenterStone or Manhattan applications, any data source (including competitive CAFM and IWMS systems and spreadsheets) can be mapped to WA. 

Faster results

Instead of waiting days or weeks to compile all the information you need to make a real estate decision (e.g. consolidation, acquisition or disposition), with Workplace Analytics you can:

  • Quickly and visually view trends and patterns over the portfolio
  • Compare buildings over time and location
  • Compare your portfolios to others by geography
  • Plan for the future
  • Spot outlier properties and drill in to determine key metrics by building:
    • Utilization and capacity
    • Inefficiencies/efficiences
    • Low occupancy/high cost
    • Opportunities for consolidation and improved utilization