More workplaces with the new work zone

Managers mark the zones themselves in the Control Centre

Introducing the work zone, a new, additional way of mapping workplaces in FlexWhere. The work zone is a pre-defined area where work is possible, but where no official desks are planned. Examples include the company restaurant and the roof terrace.

Every office has places with people sitting behind their laptops, but which are not recognised official workplaces. The work zone ensures that these employees can also register in FlexWhere. This can be done very simply via FlexWhere for Desktop. For example, colleagues can see in FlexWhere for Desktop, FlexWhere for Mobile or the web environment where this person has been working.

Facility managers and ICT departments can demarcate work zones in FlexWhere.

Facility managers and ICT departments can demarcate work zones in FlexWhere. . This is done through the Control Centre. By placing a minimum of three points on the floor plan, an organisation can create a designated work zone. A work zone can also be a meeting room.

The data from the work zones are included in the statistics. Just like desks, work zones will soon be shown on a heat map. . In this way, facility managers, ICT departments and other relevant managers can include the work zone in the analyses.

Claim your spot in the work zone.

The work zone is not the only thing that has been added or improved during the release of FlexWhere at the end of April 2020. For example, the beta switch is also new and FlexWhere for Desktop has been improved. Read all the release notes.


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