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Corporate Real Estate

Introduction

Corporate Real Estate

The Cisco corporate real estate organization develops and operates innovative workplace solutions to support business and maximize assets.

Cisco Locations Worldwide

Corporate real estate, run by Cisco's Workplace Resources group (WPR), is responsible for:

  • The acquisition and disposition of real estate
  • Facilities planning, construction and space configuration
  • Managing a host of workplace related services for Cisco employees

The group is currently responsible for more than 530 buildings, comprising 21.7 million square feet and housing more than 83,000 people in over 90 countries. Its goals are to lower costs, increase productivity, improve employee satisfaction, and showcase Cisco technology.

WPR drives critical initiatives related to workplace design and location. Current programs include:

  • Cisco Connected Workplace: Delivering next-generation work environments to align with the needs of our workforce
  • Global Site Strategy: Determining and repositioning Cisco locations to drive optimum business success
  • Field Sales Office Strategy: Developing new strategies and designs for our field offices to help drive sales

Highlights of the Cisco Connected Workplace

Highlights of the Cisco Connected Workplace

The vision of WPR is to transform the work experience for Cisco employees. A critical component of that transformation is the work environment. The way employees work – and work together – is heavily influenced by their workspace.

WPR is committed to delivering the next generation workplace. Cisco's broad real estate portfolio is a dynamic laboratory for its wide array of products. Cisco is unique in its design and utilization of real estate and vigilant in minimizing its carbon footprint.


The Cisco Connected Workplace combines optimum space usage with technology and forward thinking work policies. The typical connected workplace includes the following:

  • A wide variety of workspaces to meet the preferred work style of individual workers in general and for specific tasks
  • Open project areas create environments that encourage collaboration and team work
  • Structured work areas give teams a home-base that can be used for a variety of tasks
  • Audio privacy rooms provide enclosed workspaces for ad hoc meetings and private or confidential conversations
  • Recreation spaces allow employees an opportunity to interact socially, take a break and decompress

Cisco Connected Workplace video tour

To see what the Cisco Connected Workplace looks like around the globe, take a video tour of one the following sites:


Contact Us

Looking for more information about corporate real estate at Cisco? The Workplace Resources team would be happy to help. Contact Us