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Building Engines Blog | BE-Mobile
As our use of smartphones and tablets – and the business apps we use on them – continues to increase, our need for those apps to be available and functioning is becoming more and more “mission critical.”
With hurricane season already upon us, is your commercial real estate building prepared for an emergency? Property owners and managers are responsible for reducing risk exposure, safeguarding occupants and staff, and, ultimately, reducing the expense associated with insuring CRE portfolios against liability.
We just launched our innovative new Mobile Tenant Center that helps busy property managers, brokers, asset managers and any other member of the building team be better informed for meetings with their tenants.
When purchasing a software application, property owners want to ensure that their workforces are going to use it regularly to guarantee a return on their investment.
This holiday season, we asked our clients, “What are you thankful for?” Results ranged from ease of use to mobile capabilities to best practice knowledge. See what topped their lists below, and if their five faves aren’t part of your current package, it may be time to make a change. Enjoy!
Though consumer response to BlackBerry’s OS10 has been tepid at best, the ailing smartphone is still fairly prevalent in corporate America. Why? BlackBerry is the leader when it comes to mobile security.
When we say BE-Mobile is accessible on all devices, we mean it. Today we are excited to announce the latest operating system to integrate with our software – the BlackBerry OS10 platform! Now BB Z10, Q10 and Q5 users can access all of the powerful features of BE-Mobile.
Our very own Jim Gray, Building Engines VP of product, has finally achieved celebrity status. This afternoon Jim was interviewed at the Realcomm 2013 Conference in Orlando, FL were the topic of discussion happened to be BE-Mobile. In the discussion Jim talks about what differentiates the BE-Mobile app from the competition, as well as the […]
The Great Mobility Debate has been rearing it’s head a lot lately at various industry conferences. This inevitably leads to questions regarding BYOD vs. platform standardization, connectivity requirements, and data sync between the work of maintenance techs in the field and a centralized online database. This sparked our own interest about how customers were using our mobile […]