Buildings will no longer perform without PropTech, here’s what you should know
Author: Emma Hendry Sub-Author/Editor: 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…
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.
The price of knowledge: Investing in your workforce for long term results
Some investments made within an organisation won’t show their value as a direct monetary return. Much of this investment, in a modern workplace, must be made with the aim to create a currency of knowledge. Done effectively, this will show an increasing momentum and growth-oriented attitude in the people who ultimately create success for your organisation.
Hendry are excited to announce our investment partnership with Global funds management firm Salter Brothers.
Announced in the Australian Financial Review, this investment will further enable our advanced approach to risk, compliance and asset optimisation. “We see Hendry as a dominant and disruptive force in the Property sector, with a unique position to successfully pivot operations to meet the complex…
Emma Hendry: Proptech 3.0 – Factors for success
“You’ll have noticed a significant increase in discussion around Proptech, both as a sector in its own right and an emerging technological resource enabling a new wave of operating models as the sector expands to play a fundamental role as a cornerstone in a wider digital transformation of the built-form.” – CEO Emma Hendry lays out the future of Proptech 3.0 and explores the ways in which you can successfully implement Proptech into the built-environment.
The People Project – Investing in Human Capital
Employees are not just a resource. As much as we know the essential role that employees play in the greater business machine, shouldn’t people be an investment too?
Here, we take a look at the factors that can really encourage growth in employees and the value you can create by investing in their futures.
Know your practitioner: How to partner for maximum benefit
Whether you are going to work with or work for an organisation in the built-form industry (or any industry), you should be able to assess their reputation, their principles and the quality of works on which that reputation is based.
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…
Bricks and Mortar: How to optimise every layer of your asset portfolio.
National Operations Manager for Asset Optimisation Heshan Samarawickrama explores the current state of Asset Optimisation in the Built-Form and how to plan your Asset Optimisation and Management Strategy.
Emma Hendry – Unlocking the value of data through PropTech
Why is the property sector, the largest asset class and contributor to GDP world-wide, a slow adopter when it comes to technological Innovation? CEO Emma Hendry delves into this prescient issue and provides three key insights to leveraging data and technology to create long term value and future-proof your business.