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PeopleCube Reveals How To Capture Actual Utilization of Space

28 January 2011

“Uncovering the Holy Grail of Real-Estate Management” Webinar Explains How Companies Can Maximize Existing Real Estate To Decrease Costs

What: PeopleCube is offering a live webinar that showcases the value of understanding the true utilization of real estate. Using the right tools for real-estate scheduling, occupancy detection, and utilization analysis helps companies avoid unnecessary real-estate acquisitions and lets them maximize the full value of their real estate.

Why: Real estate is typically an organization’s second largest expense (after personnel), so it makes sense to know how real estate is being utilized. Unfortunately, many organizations mistakenly count a conference room or shared workspace that has been scheduled as one that has actually been used—but this is often not the case. The discrepancy between planned and actual can lead to unnecessary real-estate expansion and related expenses that add up to thousands—or even millions—of dollars.

When: March 16 from 2:00-3:00 PM ET or April 20 from 2:00-3:00 PM ET.

How: Register to attend the webinar at http://www.peoplecube.com/live-capturing-actual-use-space-webinar-registration.htm.

Extras: Additional resources such as complimentary whitepapers, case studies, and on-demand workshops on topics such as alternative workspace and real-estate utilization analysis are available at PeopleCube's Resource Center, http://www.peoplecube.com/resource-center-overview.htm








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