CEO of Leading Provider of Workplace Management Solutions to Discuss How Shift Away from Asset Ownership Offers Significant Cost Savings
FRAMINGHAM, Massachusetts—May 8, 2012—PeopleCube, provider of intelligent workplace, resource, and energy management technology, will be a featured presenter at WORKTECH 12 New York, a two-day conference examining the themes of knowledge management, workplace change, leadership, and people. The conference, taking place May 15-16, 2012, at the Time and Life Building in New York City, will bring together the worlds of real estate, design, architecture, and technology to look at the future of the city, real estate, the workplace, work, and innovation.
PeopleCube president and CEO John T. Anderson will present “The Economic Impact of Shifting to a Variable Asset Model” at the conference. “The workplace is constantly changing, and organizations need to find ways to adapt to these shifts without spending a great deal of money. The potential savings of moving to a variable pay-as-you-go workspace model are enormous, and I look forward to sharing with WORKTECH attendees how this can be accomplished.”
Anderson’s presentation will cover the importance of analyzing asset utilization to identify real estate and other resources that are being underutilized. He will highlight how this information can be used to reduce real estate, energy, and other operational costs; identify the economic value of moving to a variable workspace environment; maximize the efficiency of video conferencing; and attract and retain top employees.
Joined by partners Regus and Johnson Controls, PeopleCube, which is a sponsor of WORKTECH 12 New York, will be exhibiting its complete line of intelligent workspace management solutions. Among the products on display will be the company’s room and resource management solution, Resource Scheduler; its occupancy- and presence-detection solution, PeopleCounter; Workplace BI, an advanced business intelligence tool that collects and analyzes spatial utilization data; and its active energy management solutions designed to help visualize and automatically control energy consumption to reduce costs.
About WORKTECH 12 New York
WORKTECH12 New York is a forum for people involved in the future of work and the workplace, as well as real estate, technology, and innovation. The event attracts some of the biggest and brightest names to debate, discuss, and divulge the latest thinking on the future of work and the workplace.
Other WORKTECH12 New York presenters include Frank Becker, professor, Cornell University; Nigel Cameron, chairman of Strategic Futures, LLC; Brian David Johnson, chief futurist, Intel; Philip Ross, futurologist & CEO, Cordless Group & UNWORK; Ellen Sander, director, Sander Architecten; and Sherry Turkle, professor of the social studies of science and technology, MIT.
To learn more and register for WORKTECH 12 New York, visit http://www.unwired.eu.com/WT12/newyork/about.php.