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I suppose I feel a little like Penn and Teller – about to share secrets from the murky world of sales, exposing my peers in SaaS technology companies and incurring their wrath. But if it makes for good ratings (or shares/retweets in this case) I’m told it’s worth it by my marketing colleagues.
Building Engines’ SVP Scott Sidman and Jonathan Schultz, Co-founder and Managing Principal of Onyx Equities, spoke on a panel at the 2014 IREM Asset & Property Management Symposium on March 11 in NYC. Here are some highlights…
Transitioning to a new property management system involves a lot of moving pieces. The most important of those pieces is data – the lifeblood of your business. So naturally, when making the switch to a new property management system, you want to know everything: Where will it be stored? Who “owns” it? Will it be secure?
So you’ve been evaluating property management platforms and you’re thisclose to making a decision. Next up on your to-do list: getting a firm price proposal.
We’re excited to announce that Building Engines has experienced a 48% growth in buildings utilizing their Software-as-a-Service in 2013.
“We want to reduce the number of applications we support internally and the associated overhead/infrastructure costs by pushing more of our enterprise applications to the Cloud.” This was a commonly heard refrain from CIO’s and Directors of IT for commercial real estate enterprises and across corporate America over the past couple of years and is only expected to increase.
Technology has revolutionized the property management industry, and commercial real estate owners and managers are licensing an increasing number of cloud-based services. We released a white paper detailing why Cloud Software services must have a separate contract from physical services (such as janitorial and maintenance services). One-size-fits-all contracts are no longer sufficient.
In the arcane world of tax law, there is an ogre of a rule that has choked a few deals to death. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Statement of Position 97-2 (“SOP 97-2”) provides that a company cannot report revenue as realized (earned) until it delivers the product or service. In the SaaS […]