Our Software and Technology use in Real Estate – Agent Challenges paper, researched in conjunction with Property Week, highlights the emphasis managing agents are now placing on the software solutions they use. Specifically, around four in five say they intend to make a significant investment in software or technology in the next five years.
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.
Hammerson’s vision is to be the best owner-manager of retail property in Europe. This means having the right properties in the right locations with the right customers. Attracting the right mix of retailers and brands to its properties requires much scrutiny of sales numbers, knowing who is performing well and, importantly in difficult economic times, […]
JAI has £2.5 billion of commercial and residential property under management in the UK alone. It specialises in the management of major commercial buildings, particularly in the West End and City of London. The company also has a growing residential portfolio under management – concentrating on high value apartment blocks and mixed use developments. JAI […]
Our annual Customer Conference took place last Thursday (2nd October) at King’s Place in London and again proved an overwhelming success – attracting a total of around 350 customers in all, a record attendance for the event.
The Qube Site Survey App is now available to download in both the Apple App Store and on Google Play. The App is designed to make recording the condition of your property easy by enabling your staff to conduct site surveys and inspections quickly and conveniently on their Apple or Android mobile device, even when they are offline.
Rob Lewis, Business Intelligence Consultant on our Horizon team, successfully completed the Berlin marathon on Sunday 28th September in aid of Cancer Research in a hugely impressive time of 3:26:49.