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Smaller tenants looking for less than 5,000 square feet represent 80% of the office market, generally take the same amount of a rep’s time, but generate less revenue per deal than larger tenants. To make these tenants more attractive to tenant and landlord reps, Crelow has introduced three new services —Crebates™, Rep Matcher™, and Bid Requests™ — that will help smaller businesses find their perfect space. The services add to the capabilities of the Crelow Deal Board™, announced earlier this year, the first service in the commercial real estate industry that allows tenants to send out bid requests and have the market come to them. “Crelow has only been in business for about 10 months but we’re excited to introduce three new services we believe will revolutionize the way commercial real estate is done. All three of these new services are available right now in both of our current markets, Minneapolis/St. Paul and Denver,” Jim Simpson, Founder and CEO of Crelow, wrote in his blog. “Though much of what we do and how we do it has been enhanced with the release of these new services, the inspiration behind Crelow itself is unchanged,” he continued. “From the very first whiteboard session more than two years ago, Crelow has been designed from scratch with just one goal in mind: Put tenants in control and help them find the perfect fit in their next office.” Crebates™ Crelow’s new marketplace has changed the way bids are created with a product called the Crebate™. Commissions paid by landlords to tenant reps can add significant cost to a lease deal. Instead, the Crebate helps landlords submit more attractive bids with a flexible tenant cash incentive. This incentive, paid directly to the tenant after lease signing, is created from the commission savings they derive by dealing directly with tenants who have submitted Bid Requests without tenant representation. Rep Matcher™ Rep Matcher solves a problem for both tenant and rep. It gives reps access to prequalified tenants coming to them, and broadens the tenants’ opportunity to find a rep they feel comfortable with. Once they have filled out basic information about the size, style and move-in date of the office space they are seeking, the technology presents the tenant with a “gallery” of reps who specialize in what they are looking for and, with the click of a button, they can request an introduction. The Bid Requester™The Bid Requester™ web-app assists tenants in specifying the size, style, location, price and special requirements for office space that can help them attract and retain the right people. Bid requests are posted to… …Read More…
This new feature, applicable to all iOffice software modules, provides facility executives quick access to desired data.
ZipRealty has launched the ZapStoreTM, an innovative app and service marketplace directly integrated within the Realogy Franchise Group’s ZapTM platform. The ZapStore makes it easier to connect to third-party technology and services, linking industry leaders and innovators to the Zap technology platform that is currently being deployed to Realogy’s nationwide network of approximately 6,000 brokerage offices and 180,000 affiliated sales associates under the Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate, CENTURY 21®, Coldwell Banker®, ERA® and Sotheby’s International Realty® brands. The ZapStore vision includes a broad range of features and product extensions that will begin rolling out in 2016. At launch, the ZapStore includes single sign-on integrations with partners and an online store for brokers to select, purchase, and easily access their favorite services. In the future, the ZapStore will offer a similar experience for agents, as well as deeper data integrations between partners and the Zap platform. The ZapStore launch will also allow real estate technology developers to enjoy unprecedented reach across the Realogy affiliate network with a single point of integration. “We are removing the technology integration barriers that stand between our industry and the most advanced technologies available,” said Alex Perriello, president and chief executive officer of the Realogy Franchise Group. “Through the ZapStore, tech providers can begin building products that work seamlessly on one platform, while gaining access to the world’s largest network of agents and brokers.” The goal of the Zap platform is to support brokers and agents in every aspect of their daily business—from lead generation and branded marketing to CRM and transaction management. The ever-growing offerings at the ZapStore will support these tasks and more, delivering fresh ways for real estate professionals to connect to consumers in the digital age. “Our mission with Zap is to help Realogy-affiliated brokers and agents be as efficient and successful as possible in today’s technology-rich landscape,” said ZipRealty CEO Lanny Baker. “The ZapStore furthers our ability to facilitate those successes, opening up our platform to integrate valuable products, while reducing systems integration costs for our brokerage and agent users.” ZipRealty launched the ZapStore with real estate partners including AccountTECH, Alignmark, American Home Shield, Cloud CMA, DocuSign, dotloop®, Imprev, Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies, Loop & Tie, Xpressdocs and Zillow Group. ZipRealty will also offer a proprietary search engine marketing service through the ZapStore for use by brokers. Related articles across the web Other posts by Real Street Tech NOTE:This is a summary of a post found on Real Street Tech | The Smart Place For CRE.Parts of it may be missing…. …Read More…
SiteCompli has upgraded its real estate compliance monitoring platform for real estate owners and operators in New York City. The enhanced software solution delivers more features, data and customization tools to users, helping them prevent violations and fines, mitigate risk, and manage their buildings more efficiently. Focused on the New York City market, SiteCompli provides technology that continuously updates and aggregates data on violations, complaints, inspections, fines, hearings, jobs, and permits for property owners and managers. The company’s technology tracks and notifies customers through alerts and analysis on compliance issues from the key city agencies including the DOB, ECB, HPD, DEP, DSNY, and FDNY. SiteCompli provides visibility into data and tools for analyzing building and portfolio-level compliance through an online dashboard, real-time e-mail alerts, and reporting and analytics for more than 1.5 billion square feet of real estate in New York City. In July 2015, the company announced its acquisition of EMPOWER, whose compliance related tools and workflow solutions further enhanced the SiteCompli’s core capabilities. “Thanks to the ongoing feedback of our clients, the most demanding real estate organizations in the business, we’ve completely redesigned SiteCompli with the ever-changing demands of compliance and our clients’ operational challenges in mind,” said Jason Griffith, the company’s Co-CEO and Co-Founder. “This best-in-class compliance-monitoring solution combines groundbreaking data research and technology with the deep compliance expertise and powerful workflow tools the industry demands.” Upgraded and enhanced features include: Improved agency and data coverage, including automatic updates of offline FDNY Violation Orders, Certificates of Fitness, and DOT Sidewalk Violations, and tracking, alerting and reporting on critical compliance issues such as Cooling Towers, Certificates of Insurance, and Backflow Prevention Devices Faster notifications on critical issues via alerts that arrive within five minutes of the City receiving a building-related complaint New work order tools, such as integrated staff and vendor collaboration and tenant request tracking, a comprehensive Work Order system tied to a geo-located mobile app, and technology for assigning and approving work orders by fax so clients can integrate with tenants, vendors, and local staff more seamlessly Built-in analytics to pinpoint issues that need immediate attention and trends portfolio-wide, with real-time metrics to understand improvements in compliance performance over time and across multiple categories Enhanced e-mail alerts to notify stakeholders of critical issues as they occur, including links to violation copies, expert information on required next steps, and the forms and communication tools needed for quick resolution Expanded reach with the ability to add and track compliance for buildings outside of NYC Related articles across the web Other posts by Anne Cosgrove NOTE:This is… …Read More…
From work order management to security concerns, this list covers many features facility leaders deem important.
A new wave of robotic software is revolutionizing the way businesses approach staffing and changing the services demanded of outsourcing providers, according to a new research report from Mindfields Consulting.
Several recently released software products for facility management tasks are highlighted.
With a new service, these two companies provide facility management customers a streamlined approach to tracking purchases.
Available in two versions, the software features an upgraded user interface to simplify how facility managers oversee asset maintenance.
Is there any facility management software designed for labs that can handle maintenance, drawings. leases, and all the other necessary documentation?