Occupier / Facility Manager
New accounting standards that come into force in 2019 will require companies to record the value of real estate leases on their balance sheets. This guide assesses the impact of IFRS 16 and FASB Topic 842 for real estate occupiers looking at the following key areas: The key challenges businesses affected by IFRS 16 are […]
Leading real estate and facilities management teams are making the most of the huge opportunities big data and digital processes offer. In this case study document, see how four leading businesses have improved the way they manage their space and physical assets: The brokerage firm that increased revenues with more intelligent space management The leading […]
We surveyed real estate professionals from across the industry, including investors, occupiers and service providers, to discover where businesses see themselves on the journey to technological maturity. Highlights include: Only 5% of businesses see themselves as tech pacesetters 20% believe they are simply proficient in their use of technology 60% believe that the real estate […]
The world of work is changing at a rapid pace. How can corporate real estate and facilities managers ensure they are not left behind? In this new report, we explore how the latest real estate and facilities management technology can: Add greater strategic value across the business. Deliver deeper insight into the needs and requirements […]
Effective facilities and asset management systems and procedures can add significant value and increase profitability. The cost-related benefits are quantifiable, with a three to six month return on investment by no means uncommon.
Our Software and Technology use in the Real Estate Sector – Occupier Challenges paper, researched in conjunction with industry-leading magazine Property Week, highlights the importance of effective software solutions to property occupiers.
The purpose of this white paper was to understand how those who work within the property industry regard technology, and whether cultural as well as IT changes may be necessary to meet the expectations of future generations. This survey comprised 25 questions, and was directed at the entire Property Week readership.