Qube Global Software launches Real Estate & FM survey in conjunction with World FM Day
Each year, the global facilities management (FM) community joins together to celebrate the industry, its accomplishments, and ongoing challenges on World FM Day.
As part of the ongoing conversation around FM’s role in real estate, Qube Global Software has launched a survey with Facilities Management Journal (FMJ) and Estates Gazette in order to gain a better understanding of the current trends, opinions, and areas for improvement.
Marketing Executive, Tom Edgington, on our Qube Global software team explains a bit more about the nature of the survey: “Many would say that the property industry is starting to wake up to what technology can really do to improve business efficiency and customer service. Arguably, this is happening much later than in other sectors. But is property too fragmented, and relationships far too complex, to really be affected by seismic market changes brought through new technology and models? Qube Global Software is conducting this new industry wide survey in order to find out more.”
Real estate professionals taking part in the survey will be entered in a competition to win a day of luxury in London for two with Virgin Experience Days, complete with entry to The View from The Shard, a three-course meal at one of two Marco Pierre White steak restaurants, and an overnight stay at the Radisson Blu.
The results of the survey will be used for online white papers, website content, industry briefings and industry round tables
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