Make every square foot count with Wisp–the only space management software to combine cutting edge tools with tailored implementation and ongoing drawing support.
Access accurate floor plan drawings in one place
View floor plan layers to depict furniture, walls, labels, and more
Manage moves, adds, changes with a configurable workflow
Depict the location of life safety and office equipment, artwork, amenities, and more
Share visual seating charts and conference room locations with unlimited users
Depict departments, space types, vacancy, and more with Colorizers™
Allocate up to 27 levels of unique space prorations
Assign occupants to stations or free-address neighborhoods
Configure a notification workflow to keep requests moving
Capture and report on key lease information and store documents
Drill down into over 50 interactive graphical reports
Assign equipment and attributes to individual occupants
Export occupant and location data directly into Excel
Customize the interface to align with corporate brand guidelines
Full implementation, drawing maintenance and advisory services
The core of Wisp is up-to-date floor plans labeled with room numbers, occupant names, space function, and organizational unit. From there, information about the state of the workplace can be reported on, such as departmental allocations, vacancy, density, assets, and more.
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 calculate space charges, accuracy can have a significant impact to your bottom line. That’s why we provide ongoing drawing management for our clients. It’s 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.
How does your workplace measure up?
Gensler’s CAD specialists standardize drawing layers, room and station numbering, space types, and charge types. When changes are made to a floor plan, updates are sent to our team, who will promptly update the background drawings and affected space data, including polylines—keeping your internal resources focused on their primary projects. As floor plans change over time, the same standards will be applied to the drawings, ensuring consistency.
Even if a workplace has free-address seating or hot desking, assigning occupants to neighborhoods allows for reporting and analysis of space ratios. Tracking key metrics such as density or seat to occupant ratio can become the basis for informed real estate and workplace strategy decisions. Wisp makes it easy to assign occupants to neighborhoods and communicate details about moves, adds, and changes with the MAC workflow.