CoreNet Global Summit 2017 Recap

Submitted by on Tue, 11/14/17

The CoreNet Global Summit offers technology providers, like Modo, the opportunity to learn more about the evolving challenges and opportunities in the corporate real estate space.

At this year’s event in Seattle the Modo team heard from professionals like you and confirmed that the workplace is in a state of transition due to digital disruption across nearly every facet of the industry. This is likely why the Emerging Trends Learning Theater was packed for each session. We heard from leadership, realtors, and fellow tech providers that this shift in the corporate real estate industry means it can be challenging to parse through what will bring the most value and ROI to the workplace.

Paul Westenberger, Real Estate Technology & Innovation, Strategy and Execution Leader at EY and Stewart Elliot, CEO of Modo Labs delivered a standing room only session that shared best practices in identifying the right solutions to enable employee engagement and efficiency in the workplace. In case you missed it, here’s what Paul discussed:

  • EY started with a vision for a mobile-first workplace
  • They selected Modo Workplace™ to enable personalized yet scalable experiences
  • The first iteration of the app will launch in their newest US location, Hoboken
  • Data, including beacons and sensors, will be critical to drive future iterations

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In addition, our CEO, Stewart Elliot joined a panel of fellow CEOs including Newmark Knight Frank, Serraview, and Statebook. This group of CRE tech and investment leaders shared today’s critical needs in the workplace and how they’re investing in this trending opportunity.

Craig Robinson, CEO of Global Corporate Services at Newmark Knight Frank shared in a press release published prior to the event,

As key advisors to our partners around the world, we stay abreast of current industry trends and technologies to consider clients’ needs and what will take them into the future. To ensure office efficiency and increase engagement with employees, it is mandatory to invest in the human experience and transform the workplace. That means an increased focus on mobile technologies, the fostering of highly personalized interactions with employees, the incorporation of data analytics and the conceptualization of more advanced workplace-management services.”

Through our team’s attendance at the breakout sessions to numerous conversations with attendees, it’s clear to see there’s a global demand for change in the workplace. If you’re interested in transforming your workplace with a mobile-first solution, request a demo to see how a Modo Workplace™ app can offer you and your company long-term value.

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