RealcommEDGE | Maureen Ehrenberg, JLL, Srini Khandavilli, Intel & Jared Summers, ExxonMobil Talk CRE Tech Innovation
In the Fall 2018 issue, RealcommEDGE asked our CoRE Tech Advisory Council Co-Chairs Maureen Ehrenberg of JLL, Srini Khandavilli of Intel and Jared Summers of ExxonMobil, to share their views on what is required to navigate the impacts of technology on Corporate Real Estate and Facilities.
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Featuring Maureen Ehrenberg, JLL; Srini Khandavilli, Intel and Jared Summers, ExxonMobil
Corporate and commercial real estate comprises a large portion of the world’s economy and includes every industry, from financial services to healthcare. While some forward-thinking companies are in the news showcasing new technologies, for many others, their sheer size, age, and organizational complexity may make them immune to the dynamism of the marketplace. As new technology opportunities continue to develop, strong corporate leadership is required for successful digital transformation. Ehrenberg, Khandavilli and Summers share insights on trends they see impacting CRE over the next few years:
Ehrenberg: “Organizations must achieve that balance between using less space, being efficient and effective, flexible, agile – while keeping the human element intact and thriving.”
Khandavilli: “The key trend is continuing the integration of building and enterprise data… the marriage of these two will lead to deeper functional insights and enhance how we manage buildings.”
Summers: “AI and machine learning’s potential is transformational… the new model will require a shift in how companies manage real estate groups as skills required to maintain these models may not yet have on hand.”
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
- On the Cover - Corporate Leadership in the Age of Acceleration
Featuring Maureen Ehrenberg, JLL; Srini Khandavilli, Intel; Jared Summers, ExxonMobil
- From the Publisher – The Age of Acceleration: Navigating the Impacts of Technology on Corporate Real Estate and Facilities
- Editorial - Platforms and Models and Bots – Oh My!
- Business Solutions - Maximizing Operational Efficiency: Tenant Apps Provide More Than Just Better Engagement
- Intelligent Buildings - Web Centric Building Management
- Spotlight: Smart Cities - Gramercy District: A Fully Integrated Smart City Platform
- Spotlight: Workplace Management - WeWork is Revolutionizing the Way Businesses Think About Their Corporate Workplace
- Spotlight: Immersive Technologies - The New Realities: How Virtual & Augmented Reality Are Changing the Way We Work
- BONUS! 2018 Solutions Marketplace Directory
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