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Building Engines Blog | Real Estate Technology
This month’s customer spotlight shines on Inger Jackson of Spectrum | Emery, a CRE services company that leases and manages eight Class A office buildings in Franklin, TN.
This month’s customer spotlight is shining on Michael Prefi, Senior Real Estate Manager, CBRE. A 26-year veteran of the commercial real estate industry, Michael Prefi manages 32 Old Slip in New York City, which is a Class A Commercial Office Building in Manhattan’s Financial District.
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.
It’s no secret that everyone is talking about mobile slowly taking over the commercial real estate industry, but what does that mean exactly for property owners and managers?
Nearly every major real estate company has shared their predictions for the next 12 months, and after scouring the web, it turns out they are surprisingly positive – 2013’s year of recovery has spurred 2014’s year of optimism. The likely cause of this positive outlook? A stronger economy
When commercial real estate decision-makers are evaluating property management software – either for the first time or to replace an existing platform – they often start the process by asking, “What features do we need?” Then, more often than not, they poll their workforce and put together a big checklist, culminating in a bake-off between various providers to which company checks the most boxes. Easy, right?
If your company is purchasing and providing mobile devices to utilize some of the great new real estate apps, security is a big consideration when mobilizing a property management workforce. Like it or not, employees are going to use corporate devices for personal use, employees will turn over, and businesses need to be able to control and manage the data they own.
It’s budget season and every dollar matters today and in 2014. To help enhance your revenue, we have released the Lunch-Break Guide to Tenant Service Bill-Backs.
Think your commercial real estate property can be a challenge to manage? Imagine running the world’s biggest freestanding building – The New Century Global Center in Chengdu, China. Measuring 1.9 million square meters in size, this architectural giant is features offices, hotels, two malls, 14 IMAX screens, a regulation-size ice skating rink, entertainment facilities, and a giant artificial beach.
We generally get asked this when we are engaging with potential new clients as well as things like, “Who are your competitors?” The rationale and basis for the questions are clear; it’s about managing risk (personal and organizational) as well as trying to get some insight into what makes a company or service unique, and/or the right fit.
Drawing in new tenants can be an arduous task. It doesn’t matter how much your property has to offer if you aren’t advertising those details effectively to potential clients.
Businesses in every industry need to react quickly to changing conditions. The faster companies are able to alter production, marketing or customer service strategies, the greater advantage they have over their competitors that are struggling to keep up
Keeping server room facilities at the optimal operating temperature places strain on your buildings ventilation and air conditioning units.Have you ever been using your laptop on your…lap, and then come to the sudden realization that it is getting really hot? I think we have all been there. Now imagine how companies like Google and Lockheed […]
As a modern software as a service (SaaS) company, we are always improving. Recent evidence of that is the release of Version 2.0 of its Inspections Manager! This is the second major enhancement to our Inspection tool that provides the most feature-rich mobile inspections solution on the market. – This update helps turns inspections data into actionable […]
It seems that each year everything is becoming smarter – Our phones, cars, TV’s, household appliances robots – Don’t worry, not the James Cameron kind. But with all these devices giving human intelligence a run for its money, why not smart buildings? For the last 12 years, or at least from the advent of our […]