Know More to Invest Smarter
By David Stanford and John D'Angelo
Real Estate Investment Information Model ('RIIM'); Portfolio Management; Data Flow
The need for more and better operational data to actively manage portfolios and meet investor demand for transparency has become more critical. The ability to get the right information at the right time to the right person with the confidence that the information is accurate and actionable is vitial to decision making. It is essential to understand, validate and monitor the flow of data in a predictable and structured way as it moves from its source to the active investment manager. The Real Estate Investment Information Model ('RIIM') describes all of the components necessary to harness source data into actionable information.
Alternative Back Office Strategies in Homebuilding
Homebuilding; Back Office; Resourcing; SourcingOCT 2008 Download the White Paper
How do homebuilders capitalize on the maturity of back office processes in the current market? The current market provides an excellent opportunity to take a tactical look at how, where and by whom work is performed — with the ultimate goal of improving performance, gaining a competitive advantage in the market and ultimately driving cost savings. We see a real opportunity for homebuilders in the strategies outlined here.
CRE Business Intelligence: A New Tool for Strategic Effectiveness
By Ed Lubieniecki & John D'Angelo
Corporate Real Estate; Business Intelligence
Despite great strides in improving their operations,many organizations still view the real estate function as a cost, rather than a vital enabler of the corporate strategy. In today's fast-paced, hypercompetitive business environment, such a narrow viewpoint is limiting. It's time for a change in perception: the advanced thinkers have taken the next leap in value contribution, leveraging Business Intelligence within the Corporate Real Estate function for strategic advantage.