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CBRE to access floor space online

10 February 2011

PiMS Workspace to capture and maintain all building information for two primary offices in London for CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) via a secure hosted online portal and roll it out to regional offices over the next year.

Information on office space for 1,400 CBRE employees will be held on the PiMS Workspace Locator Service – giving managers instant real-time access to their company’s latest CAD drawings, occupancy reports, electrical and mechanical layouts and manuals through a standard web connection.
MD of PiMS Workspace, Martin Atkinson, says: "In the current climate it’s more important than ever for organisations to constantly reconfigure their working environments to fit circumstance. Locator will provide the transparency of space and assets CBRE needs to control timely change and make informed business decisions."
PiMS Workspace has been based on-site at CBRE providing move-management, relocation and fit-out services for its West End and London City locations, as well as an expanding number of regional offices, since 2003. Locator will further support their drive to cut costs, improve workflow and maximise use of space for the international real estate advisor. This is especially timely given that CBRE is relocating its West End office along with 670 staff during 2011.
The PiMS Workspace Locator Service currently hosts information for over six million sq ft of schematics and holds staff occupancy reports for a growing number of clients, allowing them to easily identify opportunities to manage assets more efficiently.
Workspace Locator is CAD Management’s solution for Space Allocation Management and Personnel / Asset Tracking. Launched in 2008, the Workspace Locator service provides a secure hosted site for all building drawings and floor layouts and allows clients to get accurate, on demand occupancy information about their buildings and/or portfolio via any standard web connection. Its innovative location management technology provides huge productivity benefits for organisations with high volume, high churn, open plan space. For more information about the PiMS Workspace Locator CLICK HERE


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