In any system, floor plans need to reflect reality to achieve accurate reporting metrics — especially when financial values are applied to square footage.
When your floor plan layouts change, the Wisp CAD team will update your drawing backgrounds and polylines to a consistent drawing methodology. From converting a conference room into offices, to implementing free address neighborhoods — simply let our team know when there's a change and we'll update it in Wisp.
Our team will standardize and polyline the drawing source files across your portfolio with a consistent drawing methodology and best practices.
Our multi-phased quality control process includes both human and automated checks for accuracy and consistency.
Drawing updates are a priority for our specially trained team and don't need to become a distraction or side project for yours.
Our rigid adherence to a consistent drawing standard means that you can rely on your square footage information for space reporting.
Our space reporting features pull data directly from the floor plans, so you'll know you're interacting with accurate numbers to fairly and equitably allocate square footage.
With floor plans at the heart of space management, we take their accuracy seriously—after all, reporting metrics are based off of them. When financial values are applied to space allocations and chargebacks, accuracy can have a significant impact to your bottom line.
Providing ongoing drawing management for our clients is our way of making sure you get the most out of Wisp and maintain the integrity of the system. The result is equitable and explainable space management metrics based on a consistent, industry standard drawing methodology.