See which sites are underused and spot consolidation opportunities by looking at occupancy peaks and average building usage.
Identify opportunities to create space efficiencies in your portfolio by looking at density and how much free space is left during peak occupancy times.
Check if a site can still cater to current occupant demands and future growth projections by examining its peak occupancy patterns over time.
Determine whether a current site is still sufficient for your company’s needs or if the team needs to move by looking at occupancy peak patterns and density metrics.
Support your decision to extend a lease by checking if the occupant demand is high enough by analyzing patterns such as average peak and peak trends.
Low average occupancy and utilization of ancillary spaces could mean a discrepancy between space supply and demand. Use these metrics as a starting point to analyze your org’s work styles.
When creating space budgeting for a new site, look at current density stats as well as space demand (reflected by average peak and peak trend patterns).
Support or reject requests to change the layout of a space by looking for areas of low average utilization; it could mean that the current setup of a space is not conducive to employees’ work needs.
Before committing to taking out a lease on more space, check your current spaces’ average peak and free capacity at peak and how they compare to your target occupancy.
Calculate the ideal sharing ratio for every team by figuring out how often they work at their desks. You can do this by looking at the average peak utilization of a team’s space over time.