OfficeSpace Releases New Distancing Planner Tool to Help Organizations Safely Reopen Offices

OfficeSpace Software, the leader in workplace management software, announced the release of Distancing Planner, its latest tool to help organizations incorporate physical distancing into their back to office strategy. Distancing Planner is available now to all clients as part of their subscription.

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Distancing Planner leverages advanced analytics to quickly identify the optimum seating plan based on an organization’s preferred distancing radius. The tool also provides real-time visibility of an organization’s safe seating capacity and allows teams to visualize the seating capacity trade-offs at a range of distancing intervals.

Once a preferred seating plan is identified, users can easily label available desks, move employees to safe seats, split the floor into shifts, or convert workstations into bookable seating. The ability to show appropriate spacing between seats can help reassure employees of the steps the company has taken to ensure a safe return to the office.

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During the launch announcement, OfficeSpace President and co-founder Ashkon Sabet said, “The pandemic has created massive and complex challenges for a safe return to the office. Client service is in our DNA, and we knew we needed to respond quickly. With the launch of this tool, we have the potential to significantly impact the effort required to plan a safe return. I’m proud to see how our team pivoted to quickly get this critical tool into the hands of our clients.”

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