We can now have future-ready buildings that offer new capabilities to residents. These are better buildings that can evolve with technology and provide services years from now that would not be possible if we hadn’t made the investment
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Netintegrity, a Property Management Software provider extends best wishes and congratulations to Ted Maulucci, the chief information officer for Tridel Corporation, Canada’s largest residential condominium builder, on being presented with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal at the National Club in downtown Toronto by i-CANADA Co-Founder Barry Gander on January 23, 2013.
“Ted has been our customer and partner for seven years, and I can’t think of anyone more deserving of this honor,” said Steve Vinnitsky, CEO of Netintegrity. “Ted and Tridel have a lot in common with Netintegrity—they’re always thinking ahead and developing ways to use innovative technology to make what they build even better for their clients. We’re always looking at ways to improve our INFO-Tracker Property Management and Maintenance Software, while Ted and Tridel are dedicated to making new technologies work for homeowners and their communities.”
Tridel is one of the first condominium builders in North America to introduce intelligent connectivity throughout residential buildings. Designed with a Cisco Ethernet solution in place to provide the “nervous system” of the building, a smart building delivers value-added and extensible services such as high-speed Internet, IP-enabled in-suite environment controls, and one-touch services and amenities reservations—through a virtual concierge—to residents. “It’s about making an entire community secure and sustainable,” said Maulucci.
Aside from the immediate technological benefits to residents, this new smart-building solution also allows Tridel to follow its mandate to build greener communities, according to Maulucci. “It reduces street congestion for telecommuters, and minimizes the building’s carbon footprint through more energy-efficient designs, automation and alternative energy solutions.”
Tridel’s first next-generation building is Reve, located in downtown Toronto. Next will be Three Hundred Front Street, a luxury condominium building Tridel plans to open in downtown Toronto’s entertainment district later in 2013.
“We can now have future-ready buildings that offer new capabilities to residents. These are better buildings that can evolve with technology and provide services years from now that would not be possible if we hadn’t made the investment,” said Maulucci.
A founding member of the CIO Executive Council and winner of numerous awards, Mr. Maulucci has been with the Tridel Group for 20 years. Some of the unique software solutions he’s developed to meet the needs of various companies within the Tridel Group have been recognized and highlighted by Microsoft. He has been ranked as one of the top 25 mid-market CIOs in North America by CIO Decisions magazine and is among the top 10 CIOs in North America ranked by Computerworld magazine. In addition, he holds a seat on a variety of industry and corporate advisory boards, and has been featured and quoted in many leading IT publications.
Ted Maulucci is also a co-founder of Canada’s movement, “One Million Acts of Innovation,” to help increase the country’s global innovation ranking. The movement has sparked significant acts of change by connecting a wide range of business leaders and students, all of whom are determined to fast-track Canada into a leadership position with other highly innovative nations.
A graduate of the Schulich School of Business and the University of Toronto, Ted lives in Toronto with his wife and two daughters.
Tridel is deeply committed to building the highest quality condominiums possible and is proud to be the recipient of the 2007, 2008 and 2010 Builder of the Year Award from Tarion. Over the past seven decades, Tridel has built more than 70,000 homes, working hard to earn the trust of its purchasers and the reputation as Canada’s top builder of condominium communities. Tridel is currently developing more than 20 new condominium communities in the Greater Toronto Area. For more information, visit: http://www.tridel.com
i-CANADA is a movement dedicated towards making all Canadian communities—large and small, urban and rural—into intelligent communities, fully employing e-health, e-work, e-commerce, e-education and e-government, to provide the sustainable prosperity that comes from full digital enablement. It’s currently working with some 50 Canadian communities to transform them into Intelligent Communities. “First the community, then the country,” is the motto that i-CANADA embraces to visualize the evolution of Canada into one of the world’s Intelligent Nations. i-CANADA is powered by Canada’s largest technology organizations: the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA). For more information, visit: http://www.icanada.nu
Netintegrity is a leading developer of integrated property and maintenance management software. Its INFO-TrackerTM software is the industry’s solution of choice, based on automated functionality, flexibility, ease of use and cost. Netintegrity delivers superior implementation services, training, customer support, and the company incorporates customer feedback into research and development—ensuring its technology reflects the needs of today’s property management companies. For more information, visit: http://www.netintegrity.net.