Taliance, a software and cloud provider for alternative asset managers, has launched The Lab, a series of apps designed to help clients work more efficiently.
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Dealpath has opened its third party API providing customers and partners with convenient, real-time access to their data. Dealpath’s platform is designed for interoperability with other leading software systems and provides unprecedented flexibility for institutional real estate investment teams.
M&G Real Estate has appointed global proptech and services company, Equiem, to launch a digital property management system, which will streamline communications and operations at one of its most prestigious business park assets – The Heights, in Weybridge, Surrey.
Six in ten (61 per cent) real estate investors expect the industry will adopt blockchain technology for transactions, a 9 per cent increase on 2016, according to new research from BrickVest.
LendInvest, a specialist property finance lender, has expanded on its long-term partnership with Stripe to help streamline the loan application process for brokers applying for buy-to-let loans.
Two thirds (64.5 per cent) of institutional investors believe that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be widely adopted in the real estate sector by 2022, according to a new report commissioned by Intertrust, with 42 per cent of those surveyed saying the technology will be widely adopted by 2020.
Barings Real Estate’s Landmark Manchester office development, on behalf of an institutional investor, has received a Wired Certified Platinum rating, the highest rating from WiredScore, in recognition of its digital infrastructure and connectivity.
Aquis Technologies, the financial and regulatory technologies services arm of Aquis Exchange, has been appointed to supply trading technology to Estates and Infrastructure Exchange (EIE).
Highvern’s funds team is to be the first administrator in Jersey to sign up with private capital software Altareturn. The move comes just a matter of months after Highvern launched its funds business.
Ramón van Heusden has seen a lot of changes in real estate investing over the last 14 years he has worked in Luxembourg. Over that time, van Heusden has held three different roles, each one of which has involved working with international real estate and private equity funds.