NEW WHITEPAPER FROM BUILDING ENGINES OUTLINES THE HIGH COST OF RELYING ON OUTDATED PROPERTY & TENANT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Building Engines, global provider of comprehensive web-based and mobile commercial real estate operations solutions, today released a new whitepaper, “Property and Tenant Management Systems: The High Cost of Maintaining the Status Quo” that outlines the increasing percentage of real estate managers that are utilizing technology to maintain a competitive advantage and what is really at stake by relying on outdated and sub-par systems.
The reality is that today’s economic climate has led to a renewed focus on efficient day-to-day property operations and tenant retention, and the transparency and control enabled by new technologies are key to curbing costs, meeting tenant demands, and increasing net operating income.
The new whitepaper summarizes the struggles of property managers without an advanced system in place (access to data, the inability to respond quickly to service requests or deliver performance data to executives, etc.), provides a “Checklist for Success” when selecting a solution and vendor that can help establish a foundation for success, and delivers insights from industry experts and property managers.
“You can’t strategically manage your property if you are flying blind,” said Scott Sidman, Senior Vice President of Building Engines. “A powerful and intuitive property and tenant management system like Building Engines provides real-time visibility into tenant satisfaction and building and portfolio performance- ultimately allowing you to improve profitability. The fear of making a change or embracing new technologies is much more costly then selecting the right partner who is going to make the transition easy and painless.”
Building Engines is a web-based and mobile system providing owners and managers of all property types with a comprehensive solution for improving operations and workflow management. Founded in 2000 by an entrepreneurial team of building and facilities operations management professionals, Building Engines serves the needs of hundreds of millions of square feet of commercial, corporate, institutional and health care real estate in the United States, Canada and Europe. More information: http://www.buildingengines.com
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Source: Building Engines