Workplace Analytics

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Trebellar connects the dots across your portfolio, making it easy to discover new insights that drive impact for space performance and your bottom line.


On-demand, actionable insights into your workplace performance.

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Compare metrics, apples-to-apples, regardless of source or provider. Trebellar normalizes all data across your portfolio into one platform.
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Use Trebellar AI to explore vast data sets and quickly zero-in on what matters most to your KPIs.
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Trebellar AI co-pilot

Trebellar AI excels at distilling vast amounts of data into digestible insights and recommendations. Tap your AI co-pilot to surface unseen trends and insights in a fraction of the time compared to manual analysis.

Flexible dashboards

Unlike BI tools and other software providers, Trebellar is easy to customize and update on your own. Avoid dashboard fatigue by using Trebellar AI to explore and get detailed answers on the displayed data.

Executive KPIs

Reduce PowerPoint fatigue and get a customized report within minutes. Trebellar makes it easy to track your team’s progress towards goals around attendance, engagement, and employee satisfaction.

AI/ML insights

Trebellar’s machine learning engine continuously surfaces insights, including anomalies, predictions, and noteworthy data events. Consume these insights in our web app, or have them sent via SMS or messaging app.

Flexible user permissions

Control access at the floor, building, campus, or portfolio level

1-click report creation

Click to export a report into pdf, powerpoint or other presentation formats

Predictive analytics

See predictions for the coming week via Trebellar ML/AI analytics

Automated insights

Know when something noteworthy or unexpected happens via machine learning


Define business rules to be notified anytime a particular data value or trend occurs

Outbound services

Send your data to third-party services, like Tableau, via outbound integrations

Combine data to gain a deeper understanding of your spaces

Room Utilization
Room Booking
Measure intent vs. actual demand for space
Lease Admin
Track renewals and costs against office attendance
Air Quality
Improve productivity and occupant health
Commute Time
Understand how commute time impacts attendance
Survey Data
See how employee NPS
impacts attendance
Event RSVPs
Rightsize workplace
services for events
Reduce energy use by
adjusting lights & HVAC
Choose Your Own
Find hidden correlations in multiple data sets
Frequently asked questions
What is workplace analytics?

Workplace analytics refers to the process of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data related to various aspects of the workplace environment and employee behavior. This data can come from a variety of sources, including sensors, software platforms, employee surveys, and organizational systems. The goal of workplace analytics is to gain insights into how the workplace is used, how employees interact with their environment, and how these factors impact productivity, collaboration, and overall organizational performance.

How can I use workplace analytics to improve the performance of my spaces?

1. Define Objectives and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): Start by defining clear objectives for your spaces, such as increasing productivity, enhancing collaboration, improving employee well-being, or reducing operational costs. Identify relevant KPIs that align with these objectives, such as space utilization rates, employee satisfaction scores, collaboration effectiveness, or energy consumption levels.

2. Collect Relevant Data: Implement data collection methods to gather relevant data about your spaces and how they are used. This can include installing occupancy sensors, utilizing access control systems, deploying IoT devices, conducting employee surveys, and analyzing existing organizational data (e.g., email and calendar data, performance metrics).

3. Analyze Data and Identify Insights: Use analytical tools and techniques to analyze the collected data and identify patterns, trends, and correlations. Look for opportunities to optimize space utilization, enhance collaboration, improve workflow efficiency, and address pain points identified by employees. Consider employing advanced analytics methods, such as machine learning algorithms, to uncover deeper insights and predictive capabilities.

4. Benchmark and Compare: Benchmark your spaces against industry standards or best practices to identify areas for improvement and set performance targets. Compare the performance of different spaces within your organization to identify high-performing areas and areas that may need attention or optimization.

5. Implement Changes and Monitor Impact: Based on the insights gained from the data analysis, implement changes and interventions to improve the performance of your spaces. This could involve redesigning layout configurations, adjusting workplace policies and procedures, enhancing technology infrastructure, or providing additional amenities and resources. Monitor the impact of these changes over time and iterate as needed to achieve desired outcomes.

6. Engage Employees and Solicit Feedback: Engage employees in the process by soliciting their feedback and input on how spaces can be improved to better support their needs and preferences. Use employee feedback to inform decision-making and prioritize initiatives that will have the greatest impact on employee satisfaction and performance.

7. Continuously Evaluate and Optimize: Workplace analytics is an ongoing process of continuous evaluation and optimization. Regularly monitor performance metrics and key indicators to track progress towards objectives and identify new opportunities for improvement. Adjust strategies and interventions as needed to adapt to changing business needs and evolving employee requirements. By leveraging workplace analytics effectively, you can gain valuable insights into your spaces, optimize their performance, and create environments that support employee productivity, collaboration, and well-being, ultimately driving organizational success.

What types of workplace analytics insights can I get?

Trebellar’s platform is designed specifically to simplify the unification and interpretation of a wide array of workplace data sources and systems. In short, it really depends on what types of problems you’re solving and what insights you’re looking for. Here are a few examples of the types of workplace analytics insights you could get with our platform.

Space Utilization: Trebellar can provide insights into how office spaces are utilized, including occupancy rates, utilization patterns by time of day or day of week, and trends over time. This information can help organizations optimize space allocation, identify underutilized areas, and make informed decisions about space redesign and configuration.

Meeting Room Usage: Trebellar can offer insights into meeting room usage, including utilization rates, average meeting duration, and peak usage times. Organizations can use this data to optimize meeting room scheduling, improve resource allocation, and ensure that meeting spaces are used effectively.

Desk and Workspace Utilization: Trebellar can track desk and workspace utilization, providing insights into how individual workstations are used throughout the day. This information can help organizations implement flexible working arrangements, optimize desk allocation, and accommodate changing workforce needs.

Employee Movement Patterns: Trebellar can interpret employee movement patterns within the workplace, including common routes, high-traffic areas, and dwell times in specific locations. This data can inform workplace design decisions, such as the placement of amenities, collaboration spaces, and common areas, to enhance employee experience and productivity.

Environmental Conditions: Trebellar can monitor environmental conditions within the workplace, including temperature, humidity, air quality, and lighting levels. By analyzing environmental data in real-time, organizations can create comfortable and healthy work environments that support employee well-being and productivity.

Workplace Experience and Satisfaction: Trebellar can correlate your quantitative workspace data with qualitative feedback from employees through surveys or feedback platforms to measure workplace satisfaction, engagement levels, and sentiment. Organizations can use this data to identify areas for improvement, address pain points, and enhance the overall employee experience.

Operational Efficiency: Trebellar can provide insights into operational efficiency metrics, such as facility maintenance costs, energy consumption levels, and resource utilization rates. Organizations can use this data to identify opportunities for cost savings, optimize resource allocation, and implement sustainability initiatives.