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CoRE Tech 2012 to Address Strategic Operations, Convergence, Sustainability & Mobility in Program
CoRE Tech is a networking and educational event for corporate real estate practitionerstfocusing on technology, automation and innovation. On Nov. 13-14, industry leaders will discuss and debate global best practices and technology strategies.
The conference keynote, THE BIG PICTURE - Defining Technology's Role in Creating a Comprehensive Strategy for Corporate Real Estate, will address the growing complexity of CRE portfolios and the need for a comprehensive technology and automation strategy as technology, data and process automation today, more than ever, are integral to managing this ever-changing environment. The keynote will also feature an Innovation Showcase presentation on the Top Technologies to Impact Corporate Real Estate in 201.
The conference will feature Thought Leader Perspective sessions that address top-of-mind issues from industry experts who will share their first-hand experiences:
* ORGANIZATION CONVERGENCE - Are All Corporate Real Estate Stakeholders Communicating?
This session will focus on the impacts integrated real estate information systems are having on organizations and the need to assess the real estate organizational hierarchy of a corporation.
* THE INTEGRATED ENTERPRISE - Creating a Comprehensive, Consolidated Information Platform for Managing and Operating Corporate Real Estate
There are a variety of information systems that are being used to manage corporate real estate. Islands of disparate information pose a plethora of problems leads to lost time, money and business intelligence. This session will review some of the top strategies for creating integrated platforms for managing corporate real estate.
* DATA Driven Buildings - Unleashing the Power of the Data in our Buildings to Optimize Use and Performance
In the last 24-36 months, new technologies and solutions on both the automated solutions and intelligent building side are revolutionizing the industry. This session will highlight the latest thinking on BIG DATA for corporate real estate assets.
* CHASING THE MOBILITY PARADIGM - Understanding and Keeping Pace with Mobility's Impact on Corporate Real Estate
The last 10 years have shown that the mobility trend continues to change the nature of the workplace and is only getting more complex. From designing the perfect work environment, maintaining a mobile technology infrastructure and putting policy in place, the task is daunting. This session will provide a timely, relevant, honest and cutting edge perspective on the mobility paradigm's impact on corporate real estate.
* SMART BUILDINGS / SMART CAMPUSES - Technology's Radical Impact on How Corporate America Will Monitor and Manage Real Estate
In recent years, early adopter thought leaders have emerged and are radically redefining the management of corporate facilities. Connectivity of once dumb building systems to a network and the utilization of sophisticated data analytics and visualization tools are changing the game. This session will feature world-class case studies on the smartest corporate buildings and campuses.
* IWMS Market Update - What's on the Horizon?
This session will specifically focus on the results of the IWMSconnect 2012 IWMS Market Watch study including decomposition of the latest platform capability standards, market demand drivers, merger and acquisition activity and analyst observations. A panel of IWMS business leaders will be on hand to validate and ground key IWMS market advancements with their practical 'from the field' experiences.
* Data Analytics and Visualization - Corporate Real Estate Unplugged!
The amount of information pertaining to a corporate real estate portfolio is staggering. To manage and make good use of vast, rich datasets, a broad strategic vision and sophisticated technology tools need to be created and employed. This session will future cast on the vision and also focus on some of the key tools required to provide the basis for strong analytics and stunning visualizations of real estate portfolios.
The CoRE Tech education program is designed to give corporate real estate directors, CIOs, facility managers, building engineers, energy and sustainability executives, portfolio managers and asset managers the technology tools they need to positively impact the bottom line of their companies - from automating business processes, to general technology solutions specifically for corporate real estate organizations, to smarter "green" intelligent building technologies.
"Technology, automation and innovation will continue to significantly influence CRE at an accelerated pace and a streamlined, efficient and cohesive business process positively impacting the bottom line is the new standard operating procedure," said Jim Young, CEO and Founder of Realcomm. "CoRE Tech 2012 is the only conference where all the professionals who will be involved in this new business model will be in the same place."
For more information about this event and to register, please visit www.realcomm.com/