Jesse Carrillo of Hines Discusses Hedging the Future of CRE As Investments In PropTech Continue
The Realcomm | IBcon Video Showcase is a monthly feature of carefully curated interviews selected from our Conference LIVE Video Library. It will spotlight industry leaders who will be discussing what their organizations are doing or give their perspectives on a current topic or trend involving the intersection of Commercial and Corporate Real Estate, Technology, Automation and Innovation.
This month, we are featuring Jesse Carrillo, SVP and CIO of Hines where he is responsible for directing all corporate technology, strategy and standards for Hines worldwide. Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment, development and management firm with a presence in 201 cities in 24 countries and it s current property and asset management portfolio includes 506 properties, representing over 210 million square feet.
In this Conference LIVE segment, Jesse talks about how real estate organizations continue to invest in PropTech and its positive impacts. This investment trend provides customized and targeted solutions at an accelerated pace. For Hines, this allows them to focus even more on tenant experience and a higher level engagement. Watch the full interview:
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