We unpack why our industry is lagging in data – to its great detriment, and despite the obvious incentives. We also share knowledge not commonly known outside of data engineering circles (likely “common sense” to CRE professionals). Then we provide a roadmap explaining what can be done about it
Practical technology tips for advanced CRE professionals. The objective with these articles: upskill and get the competitive edge using tech, be more efficient – and make more money.
For technologists. PropTech tips from the basics to more advanced. Learn from the mistakes of others, add to the community’s knowledge, and save time by building smart.
This section of our blog represents our attempt at “give back”. All of the articles here are in response to issues we have had. In solving these issues and answering our questions, we hope we can do the same for you.
For example, the definition of software provider-caused issues, as separate from implicit bugs or user-desired enhancements is a subtle, but significant attempt at reducing user angst. This is a definite member of the PropTech tips family – innovation challenges are as much human as they are technical.
In another article, while the human upskilling of your back office may belong more to innovation, freeing up humans from “hands work”, creates fertile condition for “head work”. And more head work leads to adoption of more efficient ways of being. Which leads to reaching out and stretching towards tech tools. I.e. liberating humans from inefficiency is a critical first step in PropTech.
Our attempt at the old classic, unpacking the poorly-understood world of SEO, is a big attempt at knowledge sharing. We thought we knew SEO, but realised our understanding was only superficial. It also explained why we scored poorly, and had been exploited in the past. Never again for us, and hopefully never for you too 🙂