A hodgepodge of makeshift tools
Using ad-hoc tools (paper documents, floor plan files, spreadsheets) to manage seat allocations, moves, and manually generate facility reports is an inefficient use of your time.
Can you trust your numbers?
Tracking changes in your dynamic facilities using manual, static processes is a never-ending task. Information quickly becomes stale, and there’s lots of room for error.
Poorly utilized data
Setting aside data tracking challenges, it’s often equally painful and cumbersome to make use of static data. Oftentimes it’s easier to find where a co-worker sits by walking the floor rather than browsing those old PDF floor plans posted on the company intranet.
Reporting blues, messy numbers
Generating reports involves painstaking data gathering and reconciliation from multiple disparate sources. Throw discrepancies and errors into the mix, and it becomes increasingly difficult to produce, much less rely on reports.