Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 19, 2015
Building Engines, a provider of comprehensive web and mobile property management software for the commercial real estate industry, debuted the sixth episode of its podcast series, CRE Tech Talks. Titled "The State of Mobile & What's Coming Next," the latest podcast features Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman and Mat Brogie, COO at Repsly and former Director at Mobility CIO.
The pair discusses:
•The current state of mobility in CRE
•What today's users are looking for in a mobile app
•How consumerization impacted the demand for the BYOD movement – and what to consider if implementing it
•How Repsly simplifies field management for real estate vendors and property teams
•Whether or not we're asking our phones to do too much
•What the future holds for mobile
•And much more
CRE Tech Talks aims to help busy CRE executives increase their technology IQ on a variety of commercial real estate trends and advancements so they can remain competitive and better prepare for the future. Each podcast will be available for download, as well as audio transcripts and a regular accompanying feature, "Top Takeaways to Apply Today."
About Building Engines
Building Engines supports innovative commercial real estate owners and managers with web and mobile property management software that creates the visibility and control needed for more profitable operations, happier tenants and an identifiable brand. For more information, visit: http://www.buildingengines.com/
About Scott Sidman
Scott Sidman has led Building Engines' expansion efforts since 2004 and is an industry expert, writing and speaking regularly on the use of real estate technology to improve operations and management practices. He oversees marketing, corporate development, strategic client and partner relationships for the company.
About Mat Brogie
With over 12 years of work in the mobile technology sector, Mat has designed and implemented mobile retail execution solutions for some of the world’s largest CPG companies. His expertise is in mobile computing and retail execution best practices.