The first step is asking yourself what you are looking to achieve beyond streamlining your work orders.
Are you looking to standardize processes?
Create an operational brand?
Track and report various data?
Execute an efficient service delivery program?
Property and Tenant Management Systems offer a large set of operational capabilities addressing tenant service, equipment/asset tracking and maintenance, operational risk and liability management, and communications. It’s important to identify the minimum set of features your business needs, along with the amount of money you’re ready to expend. There is a system for every budget and portfolio size – which we shared in an recent blog post.
With Building Engines’ Property and Tenant Management System, there are a number of unique elements that we provide, including an unwavering focus on mobility – which is part of our “all features, all platforms” credo. In addition, Building Engines is an integrated platform that provides a 360-degree view of operations, and our 98 percent client renewal rate is proof that our constant innovation and thought leadership is highly valued by our customers.
Still dying for an actual number? Here’s a general rule of thumb when it comes to portfolio size requirements for a full featured Property and Tenant Management System to run your operations through:
- A single Class A or B building should be at least 250,000 square feet.
- Portfolios (office, industrial, retail, etc.) should be over a million square feet.
Still have questions? Contact Building Engines today.