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Peace Of Mind Is The Best Employee Benefit You Can Offer

Tapdn sensors can be installed throughout the office to provide workspace utilization and contact tracing data.

Will Your Workforce Trust Your Return To Work Strategy?

Post pandemic, it’s widely accepted that people, behaviors and protocols will change as more people return to the office. What measures should be considered to be “recovery ready”?

Space Utilization That Really Gets Results

In this podcast, Region’s Bank Occupancy Program Manager, Greg Gammil, discusses how their partnership with Tapdn helped them reduce square footage and achieve ROI.

Analytics To Justify Real Estate Decisions In The Workplace

To meet your business demands of the future, you must implement effective strategies to get there – and understanding how your space is being utilized will drive the process.

Analytics Drive Effective Reallocation

Your office can be reconfigured to create an environment where your employees are their most productive, and it doesn’t mean you have to use more space. In fact, if you’ve rightsized and rebalanced effectively, you’re now in the position to reallocate the space, and reallocate the cost of maintaining the space into the rest of the business.

Rebalance Your Workspace With Data

You’ve no doubt spent a lot of time thinking about how to make your workplace more efficient and effective for all your employees. You may have rearranged furniture or moved a person, team members or even whole departments with the goal of making the company more productive and profitable. But how did you make that decision to rebalance your space?

Do The Right(sized) Thing

US offices underutilize roughly 35 percent of their space. Underutilization costs companies millions in unnecessary rent and property taxes, as well as utility and maintenance costs. Modern workplaces must focus on rightsizing their real estate footprint to stay competitive, but before you can do that, you must find out exactly how your current space is being used.

Workplace Analytics Support Real Estate ROI

People work differently now than they did only 10 years ago. Employees no longer clock in at 9 a.m., work the whole day at their desk, and clock out at 5 p.m. Productivity is no longer measured by how long a person sits at their desk, and employers realize the idea that every employee needs a dedicated space is almost archaic.

How Much Desk Do We Really Need?

What do we actually do at work? This isn’t a sarcastic remark or a philosophical pondering. It is a practical question that Greg Gammill, Occupancy Program Manager at Regions Bank, asked himself one day. His team oversees around 13 million square feet and have 1,400 branches plus a handful of corporate offices so they think a lot about how their workspace is being used. To answer this question, you have to know the answer to another, more specific one: how much do we actually sit at our desks and do our jobs?

Office of the Future | Propmodo Metatrends

The future of work combines software and hardware. Imagine a completely seamless world—devices connect automatically, and you’re guided through your day finding optimal workspaces, coffee breaks and collaboration pods. This workplace of the future can be a reality, according to Tapdn at the Propmodo Metatrends 2019 event in Los Angeles. As an expert in the…