ERP PLATFORM COMPANY CASE STUDY
ERP PLATFORM COMPANY CENTRALIZES WORKPLACE GUIDELINES AND WILL SAVE MILLIONS FROM ONE PROJECT ALONE
- ERP Platform Company
- Headcount: 15,000 employees
- Portfolio size: 3 million square feet
This industry-leading ERP platform company is best known for their ability to help HR and finance teams balance data about people and finance.
Money savings from just one capital project
This workplace team built a well-informed business case to reduce a floorplan by over a third--significantly reducing the amount of spaces that don't comply with their workplace guidelines.
This decision will save ~$4 million dollars on rent over the next 5 years.
Overall deliverable quality, engagement, expectations, and process flows improved significantly by centralizing collaboration with stakeholders, regional directors, site leads, and external partners.
The team experienced significant savings in the early stages of the design process by bringing steps like site selection, in-house. This increases their ability to enforce workplace guidelines and building standards.
How they did it
Capital projects were being carried out across the portfolio but not consistently adhering to the company's workplace guidelines.
This company wanted to centralize all of their global projects in-house--and in one place--to empower their internal workplace teams to ensure that all global spaces were in compliance with their workplace guidelines and building standards.
This company chose Saltmine for the platform’s ability to centralize all new and existing capital projects on the cloud. This makes them accessible to all project members and stakeholders, and transforms building standards from unenforceable suggestions into living and evolving workplace guidelines.
How they use Saltmine
The Saltmine platform gives this company the ability to rapidly program spaces in line with their guidelines--resulting in intelligent, guideline-driven space and zone plans. It also streamlines and centralizes the stakeholder experience so decisions about test fits are always well-informed.