Technology & software solutions

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Creating flexible, connected spaces

Creating flexible, connected spaces

The commercial real estate market is changing rapidly – for investors, landlords and occupiers. It’s not just the profound impact of the pandemic on the property market and the accompanying surge in companies adopting more flexible working practices for their staff. New technology is also reshaping the market, allowing companies to embrace new products and services that are changing the way commercial spaces are let, used and managed. In order to remain competitive, landlords and commercial real estate investors need be agile. They need to adapt quickly and provide the flexibility their customers increasingly want.

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Data driven companies will deliver service focused real estate

Data driven companies will deliver service focused real estate

There’s no doubt that technology has the power to transform the entire real estate value chain. Investors, asset managers, landlords, tenants and residents all need to be ready for this shift. The change will result in a closer relationship between investors and the end-users, eventually creating a better experience for everyone. On one level, it’s no surprise that the real estate industry is embracing new technology. After all, ordinary consumers now expect far greater levels of convenience as services like home delivery have mushroomed, allowing them to order virtually anything with a few taps of their smartphone.