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Test your current program and discover how your service delivery compares, with the quiz shown below! Building Engines is the Leader in Service Delivery Management We are the only provider to offer ALL of these tenant service tools in a single platform: Free property websites (single-login access to all tenant services) A dedicated Mobile App […]
You may think you are already familiar with Property Management Software. You know, that “system that does work orders and PM.” But as we head into the New Year, I challenge you to stop using the phrase “Work Order System.” That means no more, “Yeah, we have a work order system.” Or telling your tenants […]
The Building Engines team would like to congratulate Laura Hoydick, Connecticut State Representative (R-120), Property Manager at Winstanley Property Management, and longtime Building Engines user, on her receipt of the Susan L. Davis Leadership Award. The award, given by the Bridgeport Regional Business Council (BRBC) during their 2015 Annual Dinner, recognizes Hoydick’s many accomplishments as […]
You’ve probably heard the CRE Tech buzz by this point, but maybe you still don’t get all the hoopla behind it. Can it really bring positive change to your operations? Or will trying to implement and drive adoption of a new technology just be another headache? Enter Property Management Software. It’s one of the easiest ways […]
Who doesn’t love a good Buzzfeed style quiz to take their mind off everything for a few minutes? Find out what 80’s Movie Character you are as a property manager! Not a property manager? Don’t worry – we will be releasing similar quizzes for Engineers, Tenant Coordinators and Execs soon! Powered by Interact
As told by current Building Engines users “You can create work orders on the spot with the mobile app – even while with a tenant in their space. It’s added customer service to be able to show them we are taking immediate action on their concern(s).” “We finally have a method for tracking the time it takes to close work […]
Technology is changing the business of commercial real estate. This show is about helping CRE Executives improve their tech IQ, so they can make informed decisions that will help their organization innovate, grow and stay competitive. In our latest podcast, Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman is joined by Logan Soya, Founder & CEO of Aquicore. […]
Have you felt it? That buzz sweeping through CRE? Tech, tech, TECH! Everywhere I turn, I see articles like CRE Tech Trends for 2015; events like CRE // Tech Intersect, DisruptCRE and Realcomm (dedicated solely to emerging and established technologies); and new resources for CRE tech News.
In our latest podcast, Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman is joined by Mat Brogie, COO at Repsly and former Director at Mobility CIO.
The operational risks to a commercial property are many – at every turn is an opportunity for a slip-and-fall, a hazardous material leak, an uninsured vendor, or… worse. To compound that, the expectations and legal requirements that property teams are not only required to do, but also need to do, to prepare for emergencies and protect themselves from liability are high.
Let me start off by saying that I think the Kingsley Survey is an incredibly important tool for owners and manager to asses tenant satisfaction. It’s the holy grail of tenant surveys. And it’s great for just that – taking a look back at the year and giving an overall assessment. But humor me for a minute as I point out a few ways I think it falls short, why it should be one piece of a comprehensive performance management strategy, and why I want to challenge you and your team track tenant satisfaction day-to day in your building(s).
What started with a spark is now a raging wild fire. And like any good fire, the only way to keep it burning is with the regular addition of wood to the flame. CRE tech is experiencing explosive growth and new tools and providers are hopping into the blaze almost monthly. We recently made a graphic to try to make sense of it all.
Retail property management teams have to be master jugglers – working fast and on-the-go to respond to many tenants, properties and vendors. Fortunately, web and mobile tools make it easy.
Certificate of insurance (COI) tracking is a vital risk-management activity. Without an efficient process and visibility into this critical area, you may needlessly expose yourself and your insurer to potential liability.
Social media has completely changed business communications, forever altering the way organizations both field and respond to people experiencing problems with their products or services.