UCSF Uses ARCHIBUS to Optimize 10.5M Square Feet of Campus
The University of California, San Francisco leases around 210 buildings and occupies 10.5M square feet of space. Find out how ARCHIBUS helps them plan, manage, and optimize their campus.
00:10 Overview of UCSF real estate and space
00:24 How space analytics helps UCSF
00:59 Why ARCHIBUS
01:34 Value to senior leadership
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