You should get the most you can from your investment and manufacturers who are experts in the industry ask plenty of questions to ensure just that.
Your workstations are complex pieces of technology furniture; they are powered to run ancillary equipment, they house technology, they often contain comfort controls (heating, cooling, task and ambient light) and they may be height adjustable. To create an accurate quote, a manufacturer should ask questions about rooms size, IT integration, user and facility requirements.
The "site survey" experience
We call this part of the process the Site Survey. While it can feel overwhelming to be barraged with questions, your answers are crucial for a successful buying experience. Here is a list of questions your manufacturer should ask before providing a quote for console furniture, and why your answers are impactful.
PSAP + Call center room measurements
It’s important we get detailed room measurements to ensure the consoles not only fit in the room, but they fit without blocking access to something on the wall such as a storage closet, wall-mounted monitors or message board.
Specifically, you should be ready to share these details:
If you can provide a current and accurate AutoCAD file of your room, this can sometimes be the best way to get exact measurements within a room.