Updated: Oct 11
New Wave Workspace has been busy building our next new major release feature set based on feedback and feature requests by our customers and channel partners. This release brings additional flexibility and empowerment to facility managers, health & safety, human resources, corporate real to better manage their bookable resources and more easily communicate with their occupiers.
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Read about the new features released to all customers, globally.
Additional language support - we now provide full support to Portuguese, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese languages. Additional languages can also be added upon request.
Workplace policies - New Wave Workspace workplace policies are at the heart of our ultimate flexibility to adapt to the way our customers work, and we are proud to announce a few new policies.
RFID support - support to RFID authentication when booking walk-in meetings using Crestron Flex display panels is now available, integrated with ELATEC RFID readers.
Maximum Minutes - New Wave Workspace administrators and service owners will be able to configure the Maximum Minutes a user can book any of the bookable resources - desks, rooms, lockers, and parking. For example, a phonebooth or a meeting room can only be booked for a maximum of 30 minutes. When combined with Quotas, yet another new workplace policy, the administrators and service owners can really control the democratisation of their bookable resources!
Quotas - Administrators and service owners will be able to configure the number of concurrent bookings a user can book in a period. For instance, a group of users can only book 1 desk per working hours per day from 9am to 5pm.
QR Code Check-in Required - Users may be required to be in the office at the time of check-in. As an example, Call Centre users on the 3rd floor are required to scan the QR Code on the desk to check-in.
System Tags - System tags are pre-empted with a # symbol and are not visible to users during bookable resources workflow. System tags can be used to create zones and neighbourhoods, and to control workplace policies. For example, system administrators and service owners can add/remove system tags to establish that Human Resources users have exclusive access to a set of desks.