BE Shows Property Managers How To Break Down Big Data, Drive Action
Businesses in all industries are increasingly automating their operating procedures and adding advanced systems, yet losing productivity. The amount of data that property management technologies accumulate is too large and complex for most organizations to use and process.
Building Engines, a provider of a comprehensive property operations management software, has released “The Definitive Guide to Actionable Intelligence,” which illustrates how to collect and sort through the pool of operations management data for “actionable intelligence” that can provide operating insight to improve tenant service, predictive maintenance, staff efficiency and overall performance. Building Engines thrives on helping property management teams get a grasp of what to do with “all that information.”
BE SVP Scott Sidman recently addressed this topic at the 2013 BOMA International Every Building Conference in June during an educational session, along with Building Engines’ clients Curtis Mummau, Senior Vice President at Thalhimer Cushman Wakefield, Yvonne Apodaca, Vice President of Asset Management at Beacon Capital Partners, and Jim Meacham, P.E., Principal at Altura Associates. The Guide is derived from their session.
A key takeaway from the Guide is the three steps to accomplishing Actionable Intelligence. They are: learning how to mine data for operating insight to improve management outcomes; acquiring best practice tips for working with your technology systems and providers to improve the delivery of captured data; and learning how to establish an action plan to make data-driven improvements that will differentiate a management practice within the marketplace.
This Definitive Guide also provides insight into the four main business drivers for Actionable Intelligence, the biggest problems business face with data, how best-in-class business leaders are making data work for them, and much more. Did you know top performers achieved a 10% year-over-year increase in operational efficiency by changing how they worked with data?
Ms. Sarah Fisher
Marketing Communications Director
About Building Engines Building Engines is an innovative software as a service (SaaS) provider of a mobile property operations platform for commercial real estate. They help their clients improve building operations and tenant service by automating tasks and simplifying data collection through the use of mobile technology. This delivers real-time visibility and actionable intelligence to property teams. Building Engines is the only real estate technology provider to support all major mobile platforms and tightly integrate the power and capabilities of smartphones and tablets into our application. It’s all backed by 12 years of experience and service that’s led to a 98 percent client retention rate. More information: http://www.buildingengines.com/
Source: Building Engines