Tech that allows users to analyse data in real time is driving a revolution in the way real estate is managed
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The real estate industry appears to have reached a turning point. This time, I am not (just) talking about proptech. Slowly but surely, there has been a big shift away from traditional asset management and towards ’the service of real estate’.
Digesting Property Week’s Power of Proptech survey out last month it appears that the property industry as a whole is starting to embrace prop tech with 61% of respondents commenting that tech will have a positive effect on revenue in 2018 up 13% from 2017.
There’s universal acceptance that technology is driving a seismic shift in commercial real estate. Becoming a truly data-driven and technology-enabled business is a task occupying the minds of the industry’s most senior figures.
There is no doubt in my mind that the property industry is realising it needs to shift its focus towards a customer-centric model.
Property Week’s latest Power of Proptech survey, sponsored by Freeths, reveals a growing understanding among real estate businesses of the benefits of investing in technology