White Paper: Integrated Business Systems
A well-integrated technology stack helps streamline routine management tasks and also greatly increases the ability to use information to improve planning. A “technology stack” is essentially the group of software applications that helps a business to manage their core functions.
With the universal growth of platforms powering marketing and business functions, the importance of a
technology stack is being recognized in all businesses, old and new, small and large.
In this whitepaper as you’re assembling a real estate technology stack for your organization, take a look at these best-in- class technology platforms:
Lease Management/Accounting-Helps to serve as the core of the real estate tech stack
Project Management and Procurement- Helps to centralize project data, increase transparency,
automate bid management and standardize reporting
Budgeting and Valuation-Helps organizations maximize performance and profitability
Marketing-Provides innovative and versatile marketing tools for all types of commercial real estate properties
The enterprise lease management/accounting platform serves as the core of a well-assembled commercial real estate tech stack.
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