Putting People First: Disruptive technology in CRE and beyond
The accelerated connectivity between people, machines, buildings, and businesses continues to disrupt the commercial real estate (CRE) industry, because people increasingly demand more integrated, enriching environments.
This begs the question, “What exactly are the ways that the industry is looking to embrace this momentum and harness disruptive technology for improved, connected, people-centric experiences?”
For example, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotic process automation are being used to focus employee efforts on functions that require wisdom irreplaceable by human experience. Overall, a new set of CRE metrics is evolving, where a 360-degree view of work and life experiences is undergoing a seismic, digital shift.
We invite you to dive into our interactive graphic to uncover the industry’s quest to balance human and digital experiences that extend far beyond the confines of their physical assets. Simply supply contact information in the form provided.
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