Wisp can share data with other best-of-breed solutions to provide deeper insights and eliminate redundant data entry. Integrating data can create rich visualizations and opportunities for robust portfolio analytics.
View space availability on your floor plan
Visualize utilization data on a floor plan
Display sensors data as heat map illustrations
Avoid duplicate entry through HR data feeds
Provide seamless wayfinding via your intranet and SSO
Feed Wisp data into your preferred dashboard platform
Track what activity is happening in a space
Import the details of negotiated lease terms
Link requests to spaces on a floor plan
Layer survey results, such as employee satisfaction, to a floor plan
Today, Integrated Workplace Management is less about a single software system and more about integrating relevant tools and datasets at the right time to support a holistic life cycle of data-informed workplace strategies. With the pace of innovative technologies emerging each day, it’s challenging to know where to start or what to fold into the workplace technology stack.
New workplace strategies benefit when there is a reliable foundation of core space and occupancy data to build on. Layering additional datasets creates a multi-dimensional view of what’s effective in the workplace and what isn’t. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to workplace technology. Aim for implementing a workplace technology stack that is nimble and can quickly respond to today’s ever-changing workplace.
We’re constantly looking for ways to make our clients’ lives easier, and that starts with delivering a comprehensive space management solution and streamlined user interface and workflow. The Wisp implementation team will work with your IT team to facilitate integrations with your existing best-of-breed solutions. Wisp’s smart drawings can be integrated with other data sources to eliminate redundant data entry, lag time and inconsistencies. Overlaying data on Wisp plans can provider rich visualizations when paired with data from your reservation systems or utilization sensors.