You can use projections to plan how to manage your space in the future. For example, you can use a projection to predict when you'll hit capacity in your current portfolio given a particular rate of employee headcount growth. SiQ offers several customizable projection views that you can use to find out what growth rate you can sustain or when you may need to add more space.
Neighborhood Data Included in Projections
SiQ incorporates neighborhood data in calculations for projections.
- Seats – All physical seats within neighborhoods on the building and floor
- Employee – Employee counts assigned to neighborhoods associated with cities, buildings, and floors.
- Department – Departments within neighborhoods are listed for projections by building and floor.
Projections Data Refresh
Changes in Floor Map's Now are updated into Projections every two hours.
Navigate to Projections
To access the stack, click on the Portfolio icon  and then the Projections icon .
View by Year or Quarter and Year Ending
Each projection lets you view by Year or Quarter , and you can change the year ending to a future year; this will let you project up to 5 years.
Show Seats & Max Capacity
Each projection also shows you a Seats & Max Capacity line on the graph .
The max capacity for the building is set in Manage Buildings and Floors.
Hovering on lines and points on the graph reveals projection details. For example, hover on each graph line to see the occupancy.
Red dots indicate when you have reached capacity; hover on a red dot to see capacity details.
End of Lease
When you see a capacity line drop in the graph, a building's lease has ended. Remember, the leases are set in Manage Leases.
The following projections can be used, and what you adjust in one projection will not affect the other projections.