Tenant experience technology provider, Office App, has published anonymised data from its global workspace operating platform.
The findings compare usage of the platform by over 1,700 people, from Q1 2020 to Q2 2021, revealing fundamental changes in the way people are now interacting with workspace, versus pre-pandemic usage.
Commenting on the data, Thijs van der Burgt, CEO and Co-Founder of Office App said:
"As office usage evolves, the value of data has never been more important. Throughout the pandemic our data analytics have provided landlords with critical insights into the way that users are interacting with their spaces, helping inform smarter decision making.
"When looking at the latest data, we were able to see some interesting general trends about the way office usage has changed over the last 12 months. What's clear from the rise in the number of bookings made per user is that people really value the office as a place to collaborate and co-create, with office usage centred around group work. Generally speaking, people seem to want that physical, human-based interaction at the centre of their week too, with more individual, non-office based work at the start and end of the working week.
"The volume of commuters traveling to the office by car has also increased significantly, reflecting the need for ongoing social distancing. As infections subside, it will be interesting to see whether public transport usage bounces back, or whether we will see workers sticking with individual means of transport."
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