What is Multi-Data Point Workplace Analysis?

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A multi-data point analysis examines a variety of workplace data to identify the areas where your building or office portfolio can be enhanced to deliver a competitive advantage.

Think of it as the cornerstone on which the entire decision-making process is built when it comes to optimizing every aspect of your physical organizational environment.

A multi-point data analysis is an overlaid analytics platform capable of capitalizing on the data generated by your existing systems. All the information is there; it just takes the multi-point data analysis solution to unlock the insights hidden in the bits and bytes.

Cross-Product Insights with Unified Views

A significant challenge building owners and companies have is the lack of a unified view of the multiple factors that can have an impact on their property portfolios.

With a multi-point analysis solution, organizations are empowered with the means to access cross-product insights. For instance, you can understand a greater level of detail from everything like employee attendance, areas of underutilization and congestion, departmental utilization and allocation, to the size, frequency, and duration of meetings.

Multiple data sources aggregated into such a single view enable you to unlock opportunities previously ‘hidden’ in the data.

Sensor Analytics Provide Actionable Data

The proverbial magic happens by understanding sensor analytics. This unifies occupancy and environmental data to provide you with the information you need to make educated and cost-effective decisions about the work environment.

With empirical sensor data, you are empowered to make strategic decisions about the workspace allocation that is most conducive to employee productivity.

After all, you need to take the guesswork out of space management and grow your business by ensuring employees remain engaged and productive. To do this requires knowledge of how they work and collaborate in spaces that meet their evolving needs in a post-pandemic world.

Accelerate Your Transition To a Hybrid Workplace

The transition to hybrid work has accelerated. This makes the need for data-driven decisions imperative, especially when daily utilization of your physical environment becomes highly unpredictable.

A multi-data point analysis combines your sources of data. This gives you a better understanding of employee preferences and organizational trends. In turn, you can more quickly adapt and pivot your workplace strategy to meet the challenges of hybrid work and the unique needs of your workforce.

Getting Insights from Multi-Data Point Analysis

A solution like FMS:Insights becomes a wonderful enabler to realizing this and automates data gathering, analysis, and reporting.

With this taken care of in the background, you get powerful, objective intelligence on workplace utilization, employee mobility, and much more. This analytical solution uses the secure FM:Systems cloud platform, so you can literally monitor millions of square feet of property space worldwide.

The module leverages data sources already in place within the organization to provide granular analytics on various key performance indicators (KPIs). Its notifications and alerts combined with real-time interactive maintenance performance dashboards and real estate portfolio summary dashboards keep you informed on these KPIs and benchmarks for strategic planning.

The golden thread through all of this is multi-point data analysis. As you can see, it comes down to gaining a better understanding of the data you have by harnessing it in a centralized environment.

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