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Audio: The Five Pillars of Smart Asset Management

Here is the Audio Stream from our 6th Free Webinar in the 2018 Smart Buildings Series.

The Five Pillars of Smart Asset Management. Memoori Talks to Logan Soya from Aquicore about the model his company built to better understand the needs of the industry it works for, and how it applies to smart buildings companies.

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In this Q&A session, we discuss Logan’s industry model for smart asset management;
* There is no shortage of new technology being introduced to serve the commercial real estate market, but for those solutions to succeed, it is essential that their creators understand the needs of the people they seek to help.
* There isn’t just a business case for disrupting traditional asset management processes, there’s a moral imperative for the good of the people who live, work and play in commercial real estate.

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