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Read the case studies Leading block managers are already enjoying and offering huge benefits through the effective application of technology. Here, we present four UK-based case studies demonstrating some of the key advantages of leading block management software systems: Winning and retaining more business Increased service levels Improved accuracy of management decisions Higher profitability Discover […]
The Rise of the Customer: How residential block and estate managers can gain the edge in customer service
In the digital age, property management technology offers remarkable competitive advantages above what was available just a few years ago. In this report, we explore how technology can enable residential block and estate managers to: Improve leaseholder engagement with an agile communication strategy Use mobile tools for an end-to-end seamless service Address the basics of […]
Retail property investors face a wide range of challenges around portfolio management, especially when they operate across borders. In this case study document, see how two leading investors improved the way they do business: The retail property investor – with 58 shopping centres and retail parks across the UK and France – that improved its […]
Retail property investment is a competitive business and real estate managers must work in close partnership with their tenants to improve overall performance. In this new report, we explore how a single, shared source of the data can lead to: More accurate insights into retail sales and customer engagement Evidence-based decision making around maintenance and […]
Our Software and Technology use in the Real Estate Sector – Investor Challenges white paper, researched in conjunction with industry-leading magazine Property Week, highlights the importance of effective software solutions to property investors.
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.