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New Product Announcement: Visitor Access Photos

New Product Announcement: Visitor Access Photos

Say Cheese! 6 Tips to Maintain a Secure Building with Visitor Access Today’s Commercial Real Estate property managers face a juggling act when it comes to building security. On one hand, it’s never been more important to maintain the protection of your building, especially if you are located in a major downtown area. You want […]

Never Let a Dollar Slip Through the Cracks

Never Let a Dollar Slip Through the Cracks

New Features to Help You Increase Revenue When I joined Building Engines a few months back I was impressed with the company’s broad initiatives. Today I’d like to share some of our newest innovations that will help you to build a better P&L for you and your owner. As my colleague Scott Sidman mentioned a […]

3 Big Ways ‘Dispatch’ Helps Your Property Team Succeed

3 Big Ways ‘Dispatch’ Helps Your Property Team Succeed

How do you quickly assign incoming work orders to the best person for the task, and manage your property team workloads without overburdening the members of your team? While all property management teams depend on the ability to quickly prioritize work orders and tasks in their effort to deliver consistently great tenant service, it is […]

ENHANCE: Extended Suite Work Orders

ENHANCE: Extended Suite Work Orders

You asked for it, so we built it. As we reported in our recent ‘Product Bytes’ post, it is now possible to select an exact location within a building when submitting a self-reported work order.   Let’s see what adding a suite location looks like Meet Janet. Janet is a property manager at the 999 Peachtree […]

The New Look, Work Order Cancellations, and Suite Availability

The New Look, Work Order Cancellations, and Suite Availability

Hello, and welcome to Product Bytes, where we announce the latest functional updates to the Building Engines platform. These can be small in nature, or include the addition of completely new features, brought about by user suggestions, usability trends, and our internal product development team. In this update, we’ll briefly cover the: Continued transition to […]