Space Inventory & Performance

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PDF Space Inventory & Performance Product Sheet  
PDF Introduction to ARCHIBUS  

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"Managers get a much clearer picture of the organization now that they can generate reports automatically on things like which PCs are due to be replaced. Using the old manual process, it would have taken a week to figure out what equipment to replace at the end of the year."
Jim Clark
Director of Engineering
Alegent Health

Space Inventory & Performance

Evaluate and plan space usage to maximize efficiency and decrease total occupancy costs

Benefits

  • Delivers flexible, self-service reporting for effective space allocation and cost control
  • Improves evaluation of building performance and enables accurate benchmarking
  • Enhances design/planning capabilities to use space more efficiently
  • Helps achieve business results with ARCHIBUS Quick-Start, a productivity aid which includes tutorial videos and “How To” instructions
  • Increases productivity with ARCHIBUS All-in-One Home Page with quick access to 80% of tasks

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Use the single view, easy to use space console or mobile interface to manage space assignments to departments and employees, plan for future space needs, and report on portfolio-wide space utilization

Knowing how much space an entity has, and how efficiently it is being used, is essential for managing the organization’s Total Cost of Occupancy. To expedite self-service access to space inventory and usage reports for decision support, ARCHIBUS Space Inventory & Performance provides an integrated Webbased solution for viewing and managing an organization’s different types of space (such as departmental boundaries/rooms/common areas, vertical penetrations, service areas, and more) to ensure optimal space allocation. With this application, managers can plan for greater space efficiency by co-locating departments and identifying opportunities for consolidation.

Mobile App

Space Inventory - Mobile