Scott Sidman | Building Engines Blog
Building Engines Blog | Scott Sidman
In our latest podcast, Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman is joined by Lindsay Baker, VP of Business Development, Building Robotics, creator of the Comfy app.
Building Engines is proud to announce our very own SVP Scott Sidman will be a panelist at the IREM Asset & Property Management Symposium in Dallas, Texas tomorrow, May 12.
A reality of the joy of business travel (note sarcastic tone here), especially in the winter, are the inevitable flight delays, missed connections and cancellations. Getting stuck in one of these situations usually results in a mad dash with your fellow travelers to the customer service desk or taking your place in on-hold hell while your already low phone battery dwindles down to reserve power.
That’s what they say about fashion and food anyway. But after having the opportunity to attend and participate in the recent IREM Asset & Property Management Symposium in San Francisco, it may just have some truth for real estate as well.
The principals of customer service are certainly not revolutionary, but although they are simple in theory, they require significant organizational commitment. And when applied properly, they have proven to be a clear differentiator for many businesses.
Miss the 2014 IREM Asset & Property Management Symposium? Or just can’t stop thinking about it? We’ll we’ve got a treat for you! Check out the slideshow below to reminisce about the day that was…
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…
I’m excited about our upcoming “mini” white paper on tenant service request workflow that Building Engines will distribute next week. While I don’t necessarily think a lot about workflow specifically – nor do I spend free time diagramming flowcharts and decision trees – I do spend a lot of time thinking about how we can get better at what we do, and how I can embrace change personally and at our company.
We are excited to announce that BEI Senior Vice President, Scott Sidman, will be speaking at the NAI Property Management Council Fall Conference on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami, FL. Sidman will be discussing mobility and “big data,” and how property managers can maximize these two technology trends to improve service delivery and operational performance.
As Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman recently discussed at BOMA 2013, the “Big Data” paradox is that while businesses in all industries are increasingly automating their operating procedures and adding advanced systems, they are losing productivity.