We all have them.

With our Desk Reservations, you can embrace the hybrid work environment and allow employees to reserve desks – as close or far away from coworkers as they’d like.

Incite collaboration and community

Everyone has a workplace Bestie. 

Now people can make easy reservations via floor map layout and see where other coworkers have spots reserved. They can sit near their work BFFs or teammates they need to collaborate with and avoid…distractions.

Give them what they need

Well, at least what they need that’s within your power.

Each available desk is mapped and includes descriptions and equipment available for that space – extra monitors, privacy screens, standing desk capabilities, and more.

Make space repurposing a no-brainer

Get data on space utilization and occupancy tracking all within an oh-so-easy-even-that-guy-can-understand-it dashboard. With trends, you can know what spaces and amenities are most desirable and create the flexible workplaces people actually want to be at.

Let's get flexy!

And offer the flexible options you know everyone wants. 

Just give us your deets and we’ll hit you up.



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Yes. It is rude to exclude others within a workplace environment. With that said, there’s work to be done. And sometimes that means a little avoidance may be in order. Just don’t be rude. Mr. Rogers said, “There are three ways to ultimate success: The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind.”

The Illinois interstate toll system was created as a temporary means to pay the bonds used to create them. “Toll free in ’73” was the catchy slogan and here we are, 50 years later, still paying tolls. Hybrid work is like that. A temporary solution that just won’t go away. But let’s turn that frown upside down and get you back on top of the game – in just 40-60 days!

Glad you asked. In fact, we have the Temperature Controls feature coming out soon. Fill out that annoying demo form and we’ll tell you what’s up.

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