In the not-too-far past, work was something done almost exclusively at the office or place of business during standard hours of operation. But now, workers spend less and less time in office, using it chiefly to touch base or to interact for short periods with team members. In a traditional office, up to 50 percent of desks, offices, and workstations are unused at any given point on a typical workday. A 2013 Forrester report showed that “anytime, anywhere workers” in the U.S. and Europe grew from 15 percent to 29 percent.
Organizations have always had concerns about the proficiency of their workplaces such as offices and factories. With high quality workplace management software, organizations can achieve greater efficiency, productivity, as well as financial benefits. It covers all facilities, assets, services, technologies and processes that enhance the workplace.
Nowadays, scheduling is one of the major problems for multi-story organizations. For years, we used old methods like organization charts to manage rooms and workspaces. It was expensive and time consuming. These old methods meant a lot of work for employees who could have been off doing something more important.
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