Danone had a clear vision for a future-proof office promoting employee well-being. Their former office near Amsterdam Schiphol fell short of their evolving needs. With the company growing, it needed a larger, more flexible space that could support activity-based working.
Multiple goals, one solution
Accommodating more people required effective workspace utilization. Key to Danone's activity-based working model was the sharing of facilities to allow for more people to use the spaces, to improve employee happiness, and to optimize the workplace strategy based on usage and feedback.
Boosting the employee experience
Danone's new office, filled with varied workspaces, greenery, and cozy nooks, invites employees to interact while inspiring creativity. Mapiq elevated Danone's employee experience further, promoting autonomy and efficient use of shared spaces. Employees can find available desks, locate colleagues, and book meeting rooms with ease.
Data behind each decision
Mapiq equips the Danone management team with actionable insights based on occupancy data, allowing them to reduce underutilized spaces and invest in areas actively used by employees. Danone can therefore anticipate changing needs and sustain a future-proof workplace strategy.
A perfect match
The fact that Mapiq’s functionalities could enable them to achieve their business goals was not the only thing Danone noticed. Sharing the same vision was one of the top reasons for Danone to shape a future-proof workplace strategy with Mapiq.