Building Engines Supports National Preparedness Month with Digital Emergency Readiness Kit for Commercial Real Estate Owners and Managers

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Learn how to implement a successful preparedness plan, protect assets, educate tenants, reduce risk, and more.

Building Engines, a provider of comprehensive cloud and mobile property management software for the commercial real estate industry, celebrated National Preparedness Month this past September by offering an Emergency Preparedness Kit to their network of friends and colleagues. The Kit enables CRE owners and operators to assess their level of readiness and take action to prepare for the unexpected.

This exclusive digital package, which is still available, includes:

  •     Checklist: "Implementing a Successful Readiness Plan"
  •     Article: "Protecting Your Ass(et) - Why Risk Management Needs to be at the Top of Your To-Do List"
  •     Blog Post: "Crisis Communication - How to Educate Your Tenants"
  •     Webinar: "Reducing Your Exposure to Risk & Loss"

Building Engines' Suite of Risk Management Tools enable property management teams to reduce liability exposure, and automate and improve five key areas of operations: fire & life safety, incident tracking, certificates of insurance, visitor access and emergency broadcasting. With BE-Mobile, the industry’s leading mobile App, teams can respond instantly to incidents or send an emergency message from anywhere in the field.

Building Engines significantly reduces risk exposure, safeguards occupants and staff, and, ultimately, reduce the expense associated with insuring CRE portfolios against liability.

Click here to download Building Engines' Emergency Preparedness Kit.

About Building Engines
For owners and managers of commercial real estate who want to stand out, Building Engines’ property management software delivers unparalleled operational control through cloud and mobile technologies that improve tenant satisfaction with service by an average of 70 percent. For more information, visit: http://www.buildingengines.com/

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