Building Engines Blog | Matt Gillen
Property managers and operators operate live in a demanding world. Striving for operational and financial success means balancing the complex needs of building ownership, vendors, and most importantly – tenants. Strong tenant relationships and efficiently managed tenant demands are an anchor for long-term property operations success. Service obligations to tenants in medical, retail, and commercial […]
Safely, efficiently, and profitably managing the facility operations of a medical office building is a challenge. As the service expectations of medical office tenants continue to evolve, property and facility managers must be prepared to evolve as well.
Congratulations! You’ve decided to implement a brand new property management system. After carefully reviewing numerous operations service providers and applications, license agreements have been signed; tenant and equipment data has been collected; and you’ve set a target date for your tenant launch. The next (and most critical) step in the deployment process is to prepare and train your property management staff – the ones who will be using the system on a daily basis.
Property Managers, Coordinators, and Engineers: It’s no secret that your time is always in demand, and your tenants expect quick, well-informed responses on a variety of questions and concerns. But sometimes those responses hinge on a third party – more specifically, your property management software provider.