Scan & CTRL is now called: Measuremen
New name emphasises international character
Scan & CTRL has a new name: Measuremen. Since 2004, Scan & CTRL has provided insight in the actual use of working environments by collecting data on workplace occupancy. The new name explains Scan & CTRL’s further focus on international expansion; widening its services and putting their people at the heart of what they do: They measure workplaces.
Creating an ideal working environment
Measuremen collect data on the occupancy of workstations, employee working activities and their experience in the workplace. Measuremen also measure employee behaviour – if and how they use the spaces and facilities – meeting rooms, breakout spaces, shared areas, restaurants, etc – to find out if it meets their needs. This data helps organisations to understand and create the ideal working environment for each and every employee.
Real estate is a large cost component for any organisation with offices. The data that Measuremen collect helps organisations to develop their ideal workplace strategy; with a good mix of work, meeting room and social spaces, and an efficient use of square metres. A strategy that matches actual needs. And helps implement activity based working. With Measuremen’s extensive database and knowledge, organisations can also benchmark their data to make better decisions.
Measuremen do not provide consultancy. They measure, analyse and connect the dots. This objective data can be viewed through a personalised online portal. Awareness is the first step to changing employee behaviour. The client portal provides at-a-glance visibility on how office space is used and how people behave in the workplace. A good starting point for discussion and decision making.
As technology and human behaviour in the workplace changes all the time it’s important to keep monitoring. Repeat measuring helps organisations to continually improve their working environment.
With branches in Amsterdam and Brussels, the team behind Measuremen have been working internationally for some time now. The company is currently active in twelve countries, including Australia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Romania, Germany, Spain and France. By 2025, Measuremen aim to have improved 10 million workstations worldwide – to date they’ve measured 250,000 workstations.
Measuremen measure and analyse the actual use of the office working environment. They provide insight into the behaviour and experience of employees. The team at Measuremen perform occupancy and behavioural measurements, in combination with sensor technology, surveys and smartphone apps, to measure how people really use the workplace and what they honestly think of their working environment. Measuremen works directly for end users and consultancy firms. It’s their goal to improve workplaces and create added value for their clients.