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Balancing CRE digital & human experiences

Living in a bubble of digital convenience can drive a wedge between people and their community. Individuals are isolated, community is lost, and life becomes a little less human each day. It doesn’t have to be that way. Some CRE firms are putting people first by creating shared communities in office, reoccupiers live, work, and play. Data-driven knowledge enables companies tail, and entertainment facilities based on analytic insights into how to reshape their properties in ways that humanize technology while meeting tenant—and ultimately human—needs.

The human element within a digital community

CRE companies are balancing digital and human experiences by shifting their focus from commercial tenants to space occupiers. As they do, these companies are starting to evolve from the traditional B2B model to a B2C focus.

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CRE's evolving metric

Today, CRE firms are harnessing data analytics to evaluate the experience of their spaces. This information helps them create interactive office facilities with amenities like comfy sofas, communal workspaces, and refreshment counters. It’s a shift that will likely to alter how CRE companies build and measure success.

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Data, analytics, & connectivity

CRE companies are collecting and parsing personal information to deliver the experiences that space occupiers demand. Protecting this sensitive information will require a renewed commitment to data privacy.

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Life enhanced by disruptive technology 

Work and life are intractably intertwined. Technology connects our personal and professional lives, allowing us to work from anywhere as well as keep tabs on families and homes. Smart buildings and intelligent dwellings employ sensor-based technologies that can manage energy consumption, automate equipment, and enrich our lives. They also generate torrents of data that allow businesses to better understand customer behavior and preferences, and enable consumers to outfit their homes with Jetsonian conveniences.

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Commingled communities

The relationships between people and machines is becoming increasingly embedded—sometimes in human bodies. Implanted medical devices such as pacemakers and bionic technologies like brain-controlled prosthetics are making people a little less human. Artificial intelligence is helping narrow the chasm between people and machines. So too is the IoT, which allows billions of connected devices to act without human intervention. And robotic process automation promises to free humans for more interesting work.

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Meet the Team

Ross Miller

Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific Region, CohnReznick Australia Pty Limited

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Paul Ricci

CPA, Partner, Technology and Data National Leader

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Shahryar Shaghaghi

MSc, Principal, Cybersecurity and Privacy National Leader

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