OSCRE, a non-profit focused on the benefit of standards and data governance for real estate asset life cycle, is providing free access to the OSCRE Industry Data Model™.
Data governance—the management of data quality, accessibility, usability, and security—is a critical component of facility management operations.
Behind their walls buildings have long supported an interplay of systems that belies their static presence. Now, the ability for buildings to learn and proactively impact operations expands the horizon of possibilities.
Blockchain technology has the potential to create foundational change in facility management and real estate, from work orders to asset management life cycle.
The recently launched academy offers a web-based curriculum with instruction on tools to manage commercial real estate data.
Efficient facility layout and utilization help to deliver cost savings and occupant productivity. Would pursuing “Standards as a Service” promote these goals?
Outsourcing services is no longer a question of “should we or shouldn’t we?” but of “how much should we outsource to improve performance, and with whom?”
Five international organizations announced today a collaborative agreement aimed at enabling consistent real estate data.
Mergers, acquisitions, and other circumstances are expanding the global footprint of facility management operations.
By Lisa Stanley 2015 has seen significant consolidation in the real estate service provider and software sectors serving the corporate real estate market. CBRE has...
Standards-based web tools can help facility managers cut costs and drive value.
Now there are solutions ready for the export of standards compliant data files, meaning that lawyers can be better positioned to support the needs of their property investment customer base.
OSCRE (the Open Standards Consortium for Real Estate), announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding together with CoreNet Global, with the aim of...
In late August 2009, OSCRE announced that IFMA had awarded OSCRE CEO Andy Fuhrman the Association's highest honor and designation of IFMA Fellow.