Smart Buildings

White Paper: The Future of Workplace Optimization Technology in Smart Buildings

Memoori has collaborated with HID Global to produce a brand new white paper on The Future of Workplace Optimization Technology in Smart Buildings

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The 14-page document discusses how connected workplace solutions are being adopted globally as digitalization and Internet of Things (IoT) platforms transform commercial real estate. We define Workplace Optimization as connected workplace solutions, which provide real-time and proximity location analytics for optimizing the movement of personnel throughout commercial and industrial buildings.

Organizations are profiting from the increased digitization of the workplace. Improved productivity, cost savings and a more mobile workforce are all leading to greater flexibility and adaptability in meeting client needs.

With Millennials (the generation born between the early 1980’s and early 2000’s) predicted to make up 50% of the workforce by 2020, workplace connectivity, mobility and flexibility have come to the fore – PWC Millennials at Work Report

The White Paper discusses in detail some of the key trends impacted Commercial Real Estate today like distributed working and changing demographics in the workforce.

With these trends, however, will come challenges. A more mobile workforce demands easier collaboration and a flexible working environment, so facility and security managers must constantly implement new efficiency protocols. Organizations attempt to balance employee retention and satisfaction with the obligation that buildings operate more ef ciently—all without compromising security. As a result, companies strive to embed trusted identification technologies more deeply into everyday activities to both enhance the user experience and improve access control within buildings and workspaces.

Proactive reporting can provide predictive analytics based on real-time location data to optimize building space and room utilization within a single building or campus.

Most offices worldwide are around 50% under-utilized on any given day, due to changing work styles, mobile technologies and shifting business needs – JLL Activity Based Working Report

Memoori is predicting that the market value for total global system sales of Workplace Optimization Solutions will rise from $1.58 Billion in 2017 to $4.45 Billion by 2021. It is the changing nature and usage patterns of office space that’s putting new demands on building managers to improve space utilization efficiency and driving growth in the market.

Although the benefits of flexible and customizable working environments are often hard to measure, businesses are reporting positive results in areas including ease of recruitment and reduction in staff turnover.

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