Qube Global Software made their annual visit to MIPIM, the world’s premier Real Estate summit, held in Cannes, France to showcase their three property and facilities management software solutions, Horizon, Planet and Qube on stand 12:12.
The event focused on the current economic situation by gathering together some of the Real Estate industries key players to discuss the issues we are currently faced with and what we can expect in the future.
A debate, run by the British Property Federation (BPF) and London consultancy RealService, discussed whether the recession has damaged property’s image in the eyes of occupiers and investors. The event’s chairman, Liz Peace, head of the BPF, indicated that the key to rebuilding the industry’s reputation is for it to be as transparent as possible, act fairly and treat its tenants like any other customers. However, Peace also stressed that many large landlords have the interests of other customers – their investors – to protect at the same time as tenants. To read the full debate go to: www.propertyweek.com
Businesses of all types and sizes are tightening their belts and preparing to weather a very difficult period. In any economic crisis, there are organisations which survive and even thrive. One way they do this is by taking proactive steps to increase efficiency and cut costs. The Planet division of Qube Global Software has launched the first in a series of free White Papers to help Facilities Managers survive the economic downturn. The first of these examines cost savings that can be made through Facilities Management.