Activity Based Working: How It Can Work for the Public Sector

With all the buzz about activity based working environments these days, property teams worldwide are starting to sit up and take notice. That’s especially true in Australia and New Zealand, where some of the largest organisations, such as NAB, ANZ, Commmonwealth Bank, and Westpac are leading the way in creating modern spaces with non-assigned seating.

These workplaces of the future are not only driving down the cost of real estate for these large firms, but helping to attract top talent and to create a culture of collaboration and innovation.

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Serraview Partners with Current, powered by GE to Enable Smarter Buildings

Serraview and Current, powered by GE, have announced a technology partnership between GE’s lighting sensors and Serraview’s workplace management technology. Both companies will demonstrate their new integration this week at the 2016 LIGHTFAIR International conference in San Diego, CA.

Case Study: Automation Helps Optimise Workplace Space Utilisation

Space-Planning-and-Utilization-WhiteAre you under the gun to improve workplace space utilisation and reduce your footprint? Just about every large organisation is facing this challenge today. If you are looking for solutions to this problem, you might be surprised to hear that you can learn a thing or two from the Australian government.

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4 Steps to Easier PRODAC Compliance

Space-Planning-and-Utilization-WhiteWhat’s your least favorite month of the year? If you’re part of a property team for an Australian government agency or department, it’s probably September. That’s PRODAC reporting time.

How much time and expense could you save if you had an automated system that contained accurate data about all your workpoints, including actual occupancy information? And you could use that system to collect data and output your PRODAC report every year?

Did you know you can have that system today?

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Sonya Verny joins Serraview as VP of Business Development

SUMMARY: Serraview, a leading provider of workplace management solutions, has named Sonya Verny Vice President of Business Development.

Sonya Verny headshotNew York, NY – April 7, 2016 – Serraview, a leader in workplace management and optimization solutions in North American and Australia, is pleased to announce that Sonya Verny has joined the firm as Vice President of Business Development alongside Simon Davis. Sonya’s appointment addresses the growing demand for the company’s products and services as corporations look to decrease real estate spending and optimize workplaces.

In her new position, Sonya is tasked with building relationships, helping organizations to optimize their workplace portfolios, and expanding Serraview’s client base in North America.

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