Moves Management

Drag and drop employees between cubicles or floor plans. Create multiple move scenarios on duplicate floor plans. Identify available space and generate move records...
  • Web-based Intuitive Interface

  • Automate the Move Process

  • Plan for Different Scenarios

  • Create Moves related Work Orders

  • Notifications and Reminders

  • Drag-and-Drop Employees

  • Color-Coded Floor Plans

  • Efficient use of Available Space

  • Batch Processing Tools

  • Print and Email Drawings

MOVES MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS

Plan Moves with Multiple Moves Scenarios

Keep everything within your control by moving facility employees, walls, cubicles and furniture over the web. Create multiple alternatives of floor plans to find the ideal space and determine optimal layouts. Communicate location information with engineering, IT, and maintenance.

Color-Code Available Space

Distinguish occupied from vacant space with color-coded floor plans. Visually filter space by any user-defined criteria, including department, size, business unit, and equipment. Assign colors to departments and areas with specific attributes which allows for simplified planning and visual representations.

Drag-and-Drop Manipulation

Easy drag-and-drop operations to move employees and all of their related assets between workspaces, cubicles or drawings. This operation is even smoother thanks to our interactive floor plans and the ability to define your desired colors for each department and area with particular attributes. All space allocation reports will be automatically updated with the latest data.

COST SAVINGS

  • Minimize move delays and errors with a centralized planning source, improving communication by providing real-time data to all project members over the web. Reduce the preparation time needed for large moves.
     

  • Significantly reduce costly AutoCAD design fees with StackFM’s user friendly interface. Avoid costly reconfiguration projects with precise space and layout measurements.
     

  • Maximize the use of existing space before acquiring new space. Increase the utilization of underperforming facilities.