Our accurate real-time insights about occupancy and visitor flow will help you do better Facility Management. Vemcount provides you with a well-built database to offer an outstanding office experience, improving also the staff management.
Your commercial real estate isn't just your business address. It's also where your employees spend a large portion of their lifetimes.
Smoothly running your facility is a vital part of the operation of any establishment from retail stores to libraries, office spaces, universities, and other public sector buildings. Factors such as the optimized use of capacities and office layouts are decisive determinants for a fair workplace.
It's essential to introduce smart devices throughout your commercial propositions to access the kind of data required to make more insight-based decisions.
Staff management involves a wide range of metrics vital to making informed decisions and improve customer service. Identify your staff, find out how they interact with customers, and make shift-planning easier.
We will place our sensors overhead people boards to measure people's occupancy on each floor and other KPIs. Vemcount will then use the collected data to monitor capacity during peaks, send out alerts via email, and many different purposes.
Program real-time alerts to maintain the desired level of occupancy. You may want to allocate more staff to a congested area, open a new checkout counter or keep track of low-performing zones.
Let the dashboard alert you in real-time through visual warnings or set the notification to be delivered straight to assigned email-addresses or phones (SMS).
▶︎ Washrooms' occupancy rate and visitors' flows.
▶︎ Cleaning demand in corridors.
▶︎ On-demand team redirection.
▶︎ Mapping people.
▶︎ Investment x Costs x Performance.
▶︎ Real-time reports on cloud and smartphones.
The Facility Managers can create staff schedules that accurately reflect the restroom's condition, with busier areas receiving more attention. They can plan the restroom maintenance, programming alerts to inform staff by SMS or WhatsApp when the washroom needs attendance.
By reducing the workload staff spends on areas they are not needed, management can make cost savings decisions and reduce the management's burden in manually creating the schedules.
Public washrooms are one of the highest-trafficked areas of any building. As they are relatively smaller spaces, toilets can quickly get crowded and difficult to manage. However, you can optimize washroom maintenance and management with the power of the Internet of Things (IoT), footfall analytics, and related technologies.
Thousands of students pass through high school and college buildings daily. This makes maintaining the structure and staffing them adequately a challenge. Footfall counting and footfall analytics help academic institutions better understand how students use these spaces.
As IoT solutions are highly versatile, a wide range of industries now use them to enhance efficiencies and optimize operations. For example, footfall trackers improve operations at retail stores, malls, hospitals and help boost sales and visitor experiences.
Over the years, we’ve tested a handful of different people counting solutions, which unfortunately have disappointed us at every turn. Finally, with help from Vemco Group, we’ve found the right solution. A valid and good quality solution ensuring that we can optimize our business and measure the performance of our stores (…).
Over the years, we’ve tested a handful of different people counting solutions, which unfortunately have disappointed us at every turn. Finally, with help from Vemco Group, we’ve found the right solution. A valid and good quality solution ensuring that we can optimize our business and measure the performance of our stores...
Janni Baslund Dam - Mall Manager
We wanted a central solution that could cover all of our department stores in Denmark. We wanted the same system and a hosted solution but managed from one place. It was also a requirement from the beginning that the solution was able to count very accurately. And it has worked perfectly.
Lasse L. Mohrsen - Loss Prevention Manager
Our data shows that the most critical time in relation to distance is the moment where customers pick up groceries from the basket and put them on the conveyer belt.
Mikkel Baun Kjærgaard - Professor