Hendry ranks best in class at the 2020 AFR Most Innovative Awards
Hendry has taken out a top spot at this year’s Australian Financial Review “Most Innovative” Awards, placing 6th in the Property, Construction & Transport category and rounding out a hat trick by placing in the list over the last three years consecutively. We want to…
Life after COVID-19: What can PropTech do to improve health and well being?
Author: Kieran Balmaceda Co-Author: Amber Keogh There will be much to take away from COVID-19, and naturally all eyes will be on minimising the likelihood such an event could happen again. At least, not with such an aggression and inability to detect, monitor and…
Buildings will no longer perform without PropTech, here’s what you should know
Author: Kieran Balmaceda When is the ideal time to consider PropTech? Now. We are now at a point where the technology is here and readily available, and will impact every owner, operator and user of the built-environment. The rate of growth in the sector as…
Why you should consider digitised and immersive solutions to deliver training and inductions.
If you oversee large development projects or manage a property portfolio, or any stage between, you have a responsibility to make sure everyone on site is effectively trained and able to work safely. They could be your own staff, occupants or contractors visiting your site.
What you’re looking for is a way to deliver training that’s high quality, costs less and where trainees genuinely retain information for the long-term.
With the emergence of digital and immersive training platforms, this is now possible.
AFR BOSS Awards: Hendry receives most innovative ranking for the second year running.
The Australian Financial Review has presented Australian Built-Form Advisory Firm Hendry Group with its second award in their 100 most innovative companies list.
Hendry has been recognised for their development of a web based mobile training platform, HendryIQ, designed to provide an immersive user experience through customizable, modular & scalable training.
Commenting on the award, CEO Emma Hendry spoke of the importance of creating a company-wide cultural shift which can enable change through meaningful and collaboratively driven innovation, moving on to explain the ways in which enlisting new and emerging technologies is the way forward.
Making a case for Blockchain in the Proptech Industry – Craig Humphries looks at the future of business in the Built-Form.
Author: Craig Humphries Sub-Writer and Editor: Kieran Balmaceda Last week I was asked to attend a panel discussion and presentation with the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) at Melbourne University, presenting on the subject of “Blockchain technology as an emerging platform for the Proptech…