Practical Ways to Implement Technology Tenants are Demanding

Last week, we hosted a Webinar on Practical Ways to Implement Technology that Tenants are Demanding. Robert Vail, Genea’s VP of Sales, moderated the Webinar and was accompanied by Genea’s in-house experts. The panel included Brian Haine, Genea’s Director of Technical Services, Paul Marcoux, Genea’s Director of Submeter Billing, and Mike Maxsenti, Genea’s Director of Access Control.

The webinar covered how to select a technology project, evaluate a technology vendor, and what to look for in a solution. Rob kicked off the webinar with a brief overview of Genea and our cloud-based software solutions for commercial real estate buildings. He also addressed how to prioritize and select technology projects.

Typically, building teams must decide how to prioritize between internal operations (BMS upgrade, PM software), tenant-facing systems (work order systems, access control), or vanity projects (lobby renovations, gyms, etc.). This requires taking timing into consideration and deciding if the project can be completed immediately, if it should wait for budget approval, or can be implemented in small pieces throughout the year.

Additionally, due to COVID-19 and the ever-changing rules, regulations and best practices, it is important to choose not only the right technology, but also technology partner in this constantly changing and uncertain environment.

Schedule a demo for more information on how Genea can provide your building with automated, cloud-based solutions to improve manual processes for tenants and building staff.

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Genea and three industry experts hosted a Webinar on Automating the Way you Manage Submeter Reading and Billing.