Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
Building Engines, a provider of a comprehensive mobile property operations management system, has unveiled a brand-new design of its Commercial Real Estate blog, BuildingBeat. With a modern, responsive layout, high-quality images, and a focus on social sharing, Building Engine's emphasis on delivering superior products is distinct.
Browse through the blog and there is now lots of eye candy. Expect bigger, better and more frequent images with every post Building Engines writes.
The blog's new social networking tools make sharing awesome content even easier – catchy taglines are already included.
Don't have time to catch up with the latest CRE news at your desk? No worries – the blog's new responsive design makes sure the content is easier to access and read on desktops, tablets and mobile devices.
Want more? In addition to the blog's updated design, Building Engines is committed to bringing the CRE community more content, more often. So keep an eye out for posts daily.
BuildingBeat focuses on technology-enabled Best Practices for Commerical Real Estate. The blog is dedicated to solving problems for building and facility owners and managers. Building Engines' library of educational content and industry best practices offers insights into increasing tenant retention, reducing operating costs, preserving asset value, and managing risk and liability more effectively through the use of online and mobile technologies.
About Building Engines, Inc.
Building Engines is an innovative software as a service (SaaS) provider of a mobile property operations platform for commercial real estate. The company helps their clients improve building operations and tenant service by automating tasks and simplifying data collection through the use of mobile technology. This delivers real-time visibility and actionable intelligence to property teams. They are the only real estate technology provider to support all major mobile platforms and tightly integrate the power and capabilities of smartphones and tablets into their application. It’s all backed by 12 years of experience and service that’s led to a 98% client retention rate. More information: http://www.buildingengines.com/.