PropTech: The Future of Real Estate
The CBRE Research team reveals through its analysis the main impacts of technology in the workplace:
- Smart Building: Rise in smart building technology to improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
- Workplace Apps: Implementation of a workplace app to create a more customized workplace environment.
- Mobility: improve flexibility to allow employees to choose how, when, and where to work.
Tech innovations in the workplace become significant differentiators for companies. CBRE Research Reports provide detailed information about workspace trends and everything your company should know today to be preparing for tomorrow.
Other PropTech Reports from TWJ Series
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Next Generation Tenant Engagement Platforms
Consumer Analytics: Powering Retail Strategy
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Lease Administration Systems: Enhancing Portfolio Management
The importance of lease administration systems to corporate real estate occupiers.
Tenant Engagement Platforms: Digitising The Workplace Experience
Proptech: the Emerging Disruption in Real Estate
The Role of Real Estate in Smart City Development
Learn how real estate has a key role to play in Smart City development and is also set to be one of the major beneficiaries of this new technology.
Real Estate Analytics: Transforming Data with Intelligence
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Arrival of the Tech Age - Is India CRE ready to embrace the change?
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Virtual and Augmented Reality: Revolutionising Real Estate
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The Future of Corporate Real Estate: How Technology will Shape the Next Decade
Property Technology: Disruptor or Enabler?
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