ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Eptura, the global worktech leader, today unveiled the Core tier of its enterprise-grade worktech platform. The Core tier joins the Advanced tier to expand Eptura’s family of software offerings, giving mid-market businesses the ability to operationalize their workplace and assets, including space planning, workspace bookings, service requests, asset tracking, preventive maintenance scheduling, and more.
Workers are coming back to the office with flexible schedules, putting pressure on mid-market organizations to skillfully manage desk booking, room booking, and connectivity with facility management teams. Findings from Eptura’s Q2 Workplace Index show a consistent yearly rise in workspace bookings and visitors across all regions and industry sectors alongside a 20% increase in maintenance work orders. As employers strive to “earn the commute,” companies that don't have sizable facility management teams are feeling the squeeze. Mid-market organizations are juggling competing priorities across business functions, working out the bottom line of where, when, and how to optimize available space and adjust to new operational requirements.
Built with the needs of small and medium-sized businesses in mind, Eptura’s Core offering is scalable and tailored to grow with business needs. Designed for easy implementation and quick results, the software is user-friendly and intuitive, so it doesn't require dedicated staff to operate it. The Core tier gives businesses the essential resources they need to control their work environments and empower their people to work more productively. Executives are able to see who is in the office and which spaces and resources are being used, while employees can quickly locate and access the workspace they need. Core provides companies with crucial data for making better informed real estate and office planning decisions.
Core provides a simple and effortless way for employees to move around the office, submit requests, reserve workspace, and manage their bookings. With Core, technicians and operators can access and update important asset data — granting them the ability to quickly record changes to equipment’s condition, operational status, or usage history, even without the internet. Core also lets customers set up a formal process to submit and track simple office moves and service requests, minimizing disruption and allowing for proper planning and communication.
“Leaders of mid-size companies are being asked to make real-estate decisions without the same space usage and insight tools that enterprise organizations have. We created the Core tier to bring the enterprise level tools to smaller organizations to help them manage their workplaces and physical assets,” said Brandon Holden, Chief Executive Officer of Eptura. “We are working to help companies save valuable time on their daily operations and manage their workplaces, people, and assets all in one place.”
The full functionality of Eptura’s Core offering enables businesses to:
- Oversee daily operations in the workplace.
- Import and synchronize floorplans.
- Enable workspace bookings with mobile employee app.
- Coordinate office moves.
- Assign and manage office service requests.
- Build an asset registry and manage parts utilization with barcode scanning.
- Create preventive maintenance schedules.
- Add on integrated visitor management to simplify check-ins.
- Save costs by having the data to right-size real estate footprints.
To learn more about the scalable Core offering of Eptura’s enterprise-grade platform, visit our website.
Eptura is a global worktech company that provides software solutions for people, workplaces, and assets to enable everyone to reach their full potential. With 16.3 million users across 115 countries, we are trusted by more than 16,000 of the world’s leading companies, including 40% of Fortune 500 brands, to realize a better future at work. For more information, visit eptura.com.