At the heart of disruption in the corporate environment lies the need to stay competitive in the war for talent and retention of good talent through viewing space and amenities as a service offering. So what’s the best way to keep up? Data is allowing organizations to see past trends, and transform their workplaces in ways that are tailored to their organizations. Real-time spatial and social data is key to building a business case for, and measuring the success of, workplace environments that attract talent, delight users, and deliver the optimum combination of space and amenities. Melissa Marsh and Shannon Woodcock examine KPIs for workplace performance and how the latest trends of abundant workplace offerings, better workspaces, and enhanced company perks actually align with organizational goals. They illustrate the use of new responsive technology platforms to leverage social data sets, measure resource utilization, inform design decisions, improve user satisfaction, and predict future needs.