5 CRE tech firms poised to disrupt the industry

buildings_phone-749533-edited.jpegCRE tech innovation affects every corner of the industry. It can be helpful to look out at the space every now and then to see who is poised to change the game for related industries as well. Whether these companies work directly with brokers or with property owners or developers, it’s crucial to know the playing field.

Here are a few companies to watch.

Enertiv

In the energy data and analytics field, Enertiv is working to change the way energy information is collected, visualized and analyzed in commercial buildings. It provides both hardware and software that address building energy management, occupant engagement, tenant submetering and billing, and measurement and verification. With this information, owners are better able to use their building energy more efficiently and bring more to their tenants, including increased transparency.

  

OnTarget

Designed for use in the construction industry, OnTarget brings a mobile and visual tool to help keep cost and timeframes within project constraints. Most projects use 12+ programs during the length of the engagement, but OnTarget offers a convenient all-in-one solution for document management, visual 3-D models, project tasks and real-time communication among the entire team.

 

Tobly

Tobly is another company making big waves in the construction world. With Tobly, customers can rent construction equipment faster and more efficiently. From start to finish, Tobly ensures every aspect of the rental process runs smoothly.

 

eBrevia

If you’re looking for technology to give some insight into your legal documents, this might be a company worth looking into. Whether you need help with analyzing a contract or ensuring due diligence, eBrevia can extract data from legal documents to speed up the entire process. With the help of eBrevia, there’s a 10% increase in accuracy compared to reviewing documents manually—and a lot of time saved, too. Since this software can be tailored to fit the needs of any industry, there’s no need for legal paperwork to hold things up anymore.

 

Growth Maps

With the help of Growth Maps, professionals in the commercial real estate space can get ahead of their competition by pinpointing new trends and opportunities, finding the perfect location for any future planned expansions, and using data and reporting to reduce risk in CRE investments.

 

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Topics: CRE Tech