The Chinachem Group – one of Hong Kong’s largest and most prolific property developers and landlords – has chosen Qube Global Software to implement the Qube Horizon solution to manage its substantial property portfolio.
The real estate owner and manager will deploy Qube Horizon as the enterprise platform for leasing, and related property management and accounting. Qube Global Software will deliver a fully managed Software as a Service (SaaS) and host the application at its Hong Kong data centre.
All of the Group’s Hong Kong real estate assets, including shopping malls, industrial, commercial and residential buildings and units, car parks and a number of skyscrapers, will be migrated to and managed on Qube Horizon. The Lily, a Norman Foster-designed apartment complex in Repulse Bay, will be one of the developer-owned rentals managed by the system.
“We look forward to developing a highly effective strategic partnership with Qube Global Software to ensure we fully maximise the potential of our real estate. We have been really impressed with the company’s people, expertise and responsiveness to our requirements, and believe they are ideal long-term partners to help us to achieve our objectives,” says Godwin Chan of Chinachem Group.
“Everyone at Qube Global Software is excited to be working with the Chinachem Group. Our team of consultants are working onsite, helping to reengineer business processes, configure the application and deliver maximum value to users. Going forward we have agreed a framework to ensure users in Hong Kong are fully supported. I am delighted with our continued success in Hong Kong and across the region,” says Warren Hamilton of Qube Global Software.
The Chinachem Group has a successful corporate history spanning more than 40 years. The largest privately held group of its kind, Chinachem today boasts an impressive and diverse portfolio of high-quality properties that span Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories. Business interests include hotel ownership and operation, residential, commercial and industrial properties, as well as retail and industrial interests in a number of Hong Kong’s best known and most iconic buildings.