Class B and C buildings, and even certain Class A properties, need to be modernised in order to be attractive to future managers and investors, according to Velis, a provider of property management software. And raising standards is also essential in terms of attracting Generation C employees in the labour market.
Technology & software solutions
Allianz Real Estate has launched its Spaceflow tenant experience platform in THE ICON – its prime new development in Vienna. The app will provide the building’s tenants and users with a seamless connection to the amenities, services and community life in and around the development.
Collaborating with technology firms through joint ventures or partnerships is crucial if the property sector wants to keep up with the pace of change, according to Cripps Pemberton Greenish.
Coyote Software (Coyote), a real estate software specialist, has secured an agreement with Landsec, which will transform the way the company manages the introduction and acquisition of assets within the business.
CAIS, a technology platform connecting financial advisers with alternative investments, has launched CAIS IQ, a learning system designed to help financial advisers master alternative investments.
Real estate software company Coyote Softwarr has secured three new clients – UK REIT Picton Property Income Limited, Kames Capital and Tandem Property Asset Management – who will emply the Coyote software platform to manage their extensive multi-class portfolios.
Schwab Advisor Services is to provide shareholder servicing for funds serviced by iCapital Network.
The real estate debt sector still lags other industries in technology adoption, but recent research suggests this could be about to change, according to Oxane Partners, a solutions provider to the alternative investments industry.
Technology such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning brings huge opportunities for the real estate sector, but legal and regulatory concerns are holding back businesses from driving innovation in the sector, research suggests.
Asset management industry veteran Ole Rollag has launched Pueblo, a new venture which aims to simplify and improve the investor/manager engagement process, reducing the burden of speculative emails from unsolicited fund managers that arrive in investor’s inboxes every day.