Qube Global Software will participate with corporate real estate professionals at the CoreNet Global Summit in Las Vegas, NV, October 21 through 23. This year marks the first year that CoreNet Global condenses its North American Summits from bi-annual events to one (1) fall extravaganza.
It is anticipated that this year’s attendance should near the 2,500 participation mark, with close to 100 exhibiting and sponsoring companies supporting the conference. This will be the most attended conference since the economic downturn of 2009.
Experts of Qube Global Software will be featured in a number of speaking opportunities. CEO John Cuppello and Vice President Matthew Sheldrick are discussing ‘What Business Intelligence Means to CRE?’ on Tuesday, October 22, from 8:30 am until 9:40 am. As co-presenters, their goal is to explain the true benefits of Business Intelligence to the real estate c-suite, with a focus on better practices and strategies for utilizing this invaluable business tool. Sharon Miller Trackman, Marketing Manager of the America’s and Canada, will be participating in the REIMAGINATION Workplace Learning Theater on Wednesday, October 23 from 12:30 pm to 12:45 pm. Her brief 15-minute refresher course by reviews the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of ‘Human Being Etiquette 101’ as it relates to industry events, daily living, and business protocol. Miller Trackman will also be featured as an Emcee for two (2) additional Learning Theatre presenters.
During the REIMAGINATION Expo, Qube Global Software and its business partner CAD Management, Inc. are highlighting the Qube Space Manager solution. Using a built-to-scale model office of a managed floor plate in Hong Kong, the model is more than a toy, but is a graphical display of a professional business tool, able to track space utilization effectively through barcoding and scanned statistics.
“The past year has demonstrated our continuing desire to provide a broad range of software solutions to the market to ensure we fulfill the latest wants and needs of our users,” John Cuppello, CEO, stated.