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CBRE selects Vermilion Software for client reporting and communications platform

CBRE Limited has selected Vermilion Software to provide a streamlined client reporting and communications solution for client property management reporting. 

 
CBRE is a real estate advisory business and its property and asset management team is responsible for over 4,500 properties across the UK on behalf of its valued clients.
 
Supplied both on a scheduled and ad-hoc basis, this solution is hosted within the Vermilion global cloud infrastructure. 
 
Vermilion Reporting Suite (VRS) was selected for its ability to deliver accurate, flexible, and scalable client reporting and communications through a workflow process. The solution also provides internal users with the necessary tools to build ad-hoc reports in the VRS report design studio without the need of additional IT support.
 
Paul Smillie, head of business development, EMEA at Vermilion, says: “We are very pleased to welcome CBRE as a new client. The partnership represents a significant and market defining moment for Vermilion. It demonstrates that VRS is versatile and able to provide reporting solutions for multiple vertical markets. Delivering automated and personalised reporting is fundamental to our business and we look forward to working with CBRE across their various business units.”
 
Clive Tydeman, senior director, operations at CBRE, says: “After we conducted a thorough due diligence process, Vermilion’s solution proved to be the best product that could meet our client reporting demands. In our aim to continuously improve our offering and service to our clients, Vermilion demonstrated the specialist knowledge required to ensure that the solution would meet our client’s needs whilst improving functionality and quality of product.”

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