💡 The IBM TRIRIGA UX Perceptive Apps content is also available at this IBM Documentation (3.8.0) link.
What are Perceptive Apps?
A Perceptive app refers to an advanced type of UX application that is designed, developed, and delivered exclusively by our IBM TRIRIGA software team. Our TRIRIGA-built Perceptive apps enable you to "more easily meet business requirements with an intuitive user interface, compatibility with touch interfaces, and improved performance". Also, part of this means that instead of tying forms to "things" like people and locations, views are tied to "actions" like creating and submitting requests. Here are the Perceptive apps that were built upon our UX framework.
- How are Perceptive Apps different from our other apps?
1. Space Apps (10.5.0)
- Space Assessment App: Create an assessment for a floor plan, select a space, add or remove people or assets from that space, and move on to the next space.
- Space Management App: Review completed assessments, accept or reject any suggested (add or remove) actions for a space, and move on to the next space.
- Stacking App (10.6.0.2): Create a stacking plan, select buildings and floors, rearrange space demand versus supply, and save your plan.
- Stacking & SFP (10.6.0.2): Add or introduce new stacking data into your existing SFP process.
- Stacking Enhancements (10.7.0, YouTube): Add contact roles, select edit mode, and export planning move items.
- Building Insights App (TBI, 2020): Understand occupancy trends and anomalies to identify underperforming space by using near real-time data from existing infrastructure.
2. Move Apps (10.5.2)
- Move Me App: Create an individual move request, search when or where you want to move, select an available room, and submit the request.
- Group Move App: Create a group move request, search whom and what items to move, select where and when you want to move them, and submit the request.
3. Workplace Services Apps (10.5.3)