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In our latest podcast, Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman is joined by Rob Murchison and Tom Shircliff, Co-Founders of Intelligent Buildings.
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.
In our latest podcast, Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman is joined by Bill Greenhaus, Principal and Founder of REdirect Consulting.
In our latest podcast, Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman is joined by Pierce Neinken, West Region Solution Director, CBRE, and the Founder of CRE // Tech Intersect.
This month’s customer spotlight shines on Carl Kenney, Vice President of R.J. Kelly Companies. From its modest beginnings as a residential homebuilder in 1951, R.J. Kelly Companies has since developed over five million square feet of commercial space, along with several hundred homes and condominiums, throughout New England.
If it’s March, it means that we’re finally heading out of winter (please) and it’s also time for the IREM Asset & Property Management Conference in New York. Building Engines was proud to continue our support of the event as a sponsor and I had the privilege again to participate as a panelist – and this year, to moderate a panel as well.
If you’re doing things the way you always have, you know by now that someone, somewhere is figuring out how to make you obsolete. One of the easiest ways to spark a culture of high performance is through new technology tools.
Completing work on the go from a phone or tablet should improve your productivity and tenant service delivery – not waste time waiting for screens to load, dragging and resizing, and pushing buttons too small for fingers.
Benchmarking is the process of comparing one’s business processes and performance metrics to industry best practices from other similar companies. The metrics that are typically analyzed are those that focus on efficiency, reducing costs, and improving performance.
A recent spate of articles and blog posts has done a great job chronicling the rise of technology usage in all areas of commercial real estate. However, an ancillary topic I have yet to see addressed is the recognition by CRE technology buyers of the implications of the relationships between their recently added and legacy technology purchases.
If you’ve been thinking about buying real estate technology – then you’re too late. The “thinking” ended long ago and the buying, using, innovating, and mobilizing are well under way.
Our latest customer spotlight shines on Kati McCarthy, Senior Vice President of Lillibridge Healthcare Services, Inc. As one of the nation’s leading owners and managers of healthcare real estate, Lillibridge is passionately committed to customer service as exemplified by their “Lillibridge Standard” of delivering value to tenants and investors.
In our first webinar of the year, we are sharing insights on how to improve tenant service & property maintenance by ensuring vendors & facility service providers are utilizing your technology applications & tools effectively.
The commercial real estate industry may have started slow out of the technology gate, but there is no question that it’s now reached a roaring speed. In fact, recent CRE studies show a direct link between technology investment and profitability.