Commercial real estate (CRE) professionals are struggling to adapt to the technology change that is occurring within the CRE industry. There is a sense that many CRE professionals are overwhelmed at the pace of this change and the proliferation of new
To address this, BOMA’s Technology Committee commissioned CRE Technology Trends 2018, an original research report conducted in partnership with Building Engines, to answer the following questions:
How effectively are CRE professionals using property operations technology?
How are highly effective organizations using technology differently than others?
What feature gaps exist in current CRE technology solutions?
What do industry professionals expect for the future of CRE technology?
This report summarizes the results of this research effort, revealing the attitudes, characteristics, and practices that distinguish technologically effective CRE organizations from their peers. For any CRE professional wrestling with technology, this report offers some great advice on how to seek technology partners and solutions, the importance of broad adoption and use, and more.Read the full report here. (Be sure to sign into your member account to view.)
Want to learn more about technology and how to integrate solutions into your building? Join us for our Technology Takeover Seminar on August 8. You’ll learn about the latest new tech in the CRE industry and how it can aid in building efficiency and profitable returns from expert service providers, with a real-life example from Robert Harles on how Pennzoil Place became a fully integrated smart building. Sign up now here.