New ‘Spaces’ app helps organizations manage hybrid working

Published: Wednesday, 17 March 2021 10:14

Sign In App has announced the launch of ‘Spaces’, the latest addition to Sign In App’s suite of solutions. Spaces enables organizations to embrace a hybrid working model, providing a simple tool to manage how office space is being used. It provides a smart and flexible way to manage reduced site capacity, with the ability to set and monitor how the office space is being used and to see who is expected on site that day. 

Dan Harding, CEO, Sign In App, explains:We are passionate about hybrid working and want to ensure that businesses embrace this new reset with open arms. We believe that reimagining the physical workplace is a huge stepping stone towards implementing a successful hybrid workforce and careful execution must be considered. Spaces allows organizations to easily monitor which staff members are present on site and how effectively the office space is being used.”

By simply uploading the floor plan of the office into Spaces, the desk and meeting room configuration of the office can be constructed within the portal. This enables employees to book their chosen desk in advance and select how long for, as well as identifying the right desk for them based on several predefined specifications (such as a monitor, or audio availability) and even their desired parking bay. 

With a straightforward user experience, Spaces has been designed to support businesses in meeting social distancing requirements. This allows organizations to disable desks or seats that are within the two metre rule so that employees can feel comfortable that their employer is working towards the guidelines set. Within Spaces, organizations can set maximum occupancy for sites, floors, and meeting facilities so that hybrid workers do not exceed the desired volume and this tool reaffirms to employees that their organization is prioritising its duty of care towards each individual.

Spaces can be enabled through the Sign In App online portal. For more information visit