With Wisp, you don’t have to learn another skillset or hire a team to manage your floor plan drawings. Our team of CAD specialists provides unlimited drawing updates to maintain the integrity of your floor plans—which is critical for accurate space reporting.
Our team provides ongoing, unlimited CAD floor plan updates
Our team polylines CAD to a consistent standard
Depict departments, space types, vacancy, and more with Colorizers™
View layers to depict furniture, walls, labels, and more
Identify free-address neighborhoods and spaces
Create and publish seating assignments to unlimited users
Gain access to accurate area calculations
Share visual seating charts and conference room locations with unlimited users
Publish life safety maps, equipment, and evacuation routes
Depict the location of life safety and office equipment, artwork, amenities, and more
As your office floor plans change over time—whether from reconfiguring your space, condensing seating, or adding free address neighborhoods—our team of dedicated CAD specialists will maintain the integrity of your floor plans with up-to-date and consistent drawing standards. When changes are made to your space, simply send a note to our team who will promptly update the background drawings and affected space data, including polylines. This means you can continue to focus on your primary projects, instead of your drawings.
Our team polylines CAD drawings to a consistent methodology, based off of the BOMA 1996 standard. This provides a standardized method of measurement across a portfolio. Standardized polylining is the basis of accurate area calculations for reliable space comparisons.
Linking to Wisp through the intranet allows users to search for an occupant and then view that person’s location on a floor plan. This functionality provides a read-only view into Wisp and is controlled by SSO auto login. Wayfinding is a useful feature for all occupants to use. We’ve found that it encourages individuals to help keep data current by pointing out changes that need to be made to floor plans or seating assignments. Publishing floor plans and seating assignments can be taken further by installing an electronic kiosk for visitors or employees to use to locate colleagues, meetings rooms, amenities, and more.