Commercial real estate’s use of technology is growing exponentially as new developments push the boundaries of what is possible. Generative artificial intelligence is just one example of this level of innovation and its adoption in the CRE community.
By harnessing big data, predictive analytics and smart mobility, to name a few advanced technologies, commercial real estate professionals are furthering practices, including digital lease transactions, virtual apartment tours, communication applications, flexible payment options, crowdfunding platforms, telehealth services, e-commerce fulfillment center tools and more.
Tenants are also experiencing the benefits of these developments as well, such as the use of facial recognition by multifamily landlords that provides access to garages and interior doors.
It has been years since commercial real estate shed its inhibitions around using technology. Now, with the industry eager to adopt these advancements, we can expect to see them used more and more in everyday interactions with end-users.
For GlobeSt.'s next Influencer series, we are seeking commercial real estate experts that assist companies in managing processes through their technological expertise and their ability to quickly adapt. These professionals, teams and companies have impacted the marketplace through new and/or improved technology applications.
Be it through their contributions to the industry, the vast successes they’ve racked up, or the innovations and best practices they’ve introduced to the business, these are the 2024 Influencers in Commercial Real Estate Technology.
The nomination deadline is October 4, 2023. To nominate, click here.
For additional information, please view the series’ FAQs page.
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