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How Rapid7 is Using Utilization Data to Balance Space Efficiency and Employee Experience
When companies look to maximize workspace, it often means finding ways to increase the number of people who can occupy an office. Rapid7 has taken a different approach by trying to create spaces that enhance the employee experience — and thus productivity — while using VergeSense data to test the effectiveness of their solutions. Their philosophy is, like many business who are leaders in the war for talent, that employee experience and business outcomes go hand in hand.
How Genentech is Using Signs of Life™ Detection to Drive Business Impact
Genentech wanted better data on whether their new workplace design was serving the needs of their employees. While flexible seating arrangements increase collaboration between colleagues and make more efficient use of space, they can also present new challenges such as a shortage of meeting rooms and private areas for focused work. It is critical to get the space mix right, and to do that more granular data on how space was being used. They found that solution with VergeSense.
How Fresenius Created a Leaner, More Productive Workplace
Like a lot of companies, Fresenius has expanded its square footage as its workforce has grown. The danger with this approach, of course, is that the growth in square footage outpaces the growth in the workforce. In order to combat this trend, Fresenius deployed VergeSense's sensors and utilization dashboard to identify underutilization and plot a course to a more efficient, productive office.