“Employers are investing in their people and their workplaces,” said Stewart Elliot, CEO of Modo Labs.
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) November 02, 2017
Modo Labs, global leader in enterprise-scale mobile apps, has been selected to present on a Corporate Real Estate (CRE) panel at CoreNet 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Stewart Elliot, CEO of Modo Labs, will be joined by Craig Robinson, CEO Newmark Knight Frank, Stephen Macnee, CEO of Serraview, and Calandra Cruickshank, CEO StateBook International Inc. The panel will bring deep business expertise while discussing the leading edge trends in workplace management, mobile technology and best practices used today when building impactful and modern digital workplace experiences.
“As key advisors to our partners around the world, we stay abreast of current industry trends and technologies to consider clients’ needs and what will take them into the future. To ensure office efficiency and increase engagement with employees, it is mandatory to invest in the human experience and transform the workplace,” said Newmark Knight Frank Chief Executive Officer, Global Corporate Services Craig Robinson. “That means an increased focus on mobile technologies, the fostering of highly personalized interactions with employees, the incorporation of data analytics and the conceptualization of more advanced workplace-management services.”
Real estate technology funding has increased by 10 times in the past five years, according to 2017 CBINSIGHTS Research. The latest technologies are driven by key trends, including multi-generational employees seeking a work environment that suits their unique needs, often with highly disparate points of view on what the workplace should look like. Adding to these individual requirements, employers are faced with expectations created by other digital technologies and features that employees use daily in their personal lives. If they can order groceries on an app while in an Uber, why can’t they reserve a conference room or pre-order lunch from their employee app?
Faced with this reality, corporations and commercial real estate owners also seek ways to create more productive and sustainable workspaces that better the lives of their employees and drive a stronger work culture. Employers are increasingly looking to leading edge digital workplace partners and thought leaders to keep up with these fast paced demands. The result is a start-up and technology surge in the commercial real estate market.
“Employers are investing in their people and their workplaces,” said Stewart Elliot, CEO of Modo Labs. “In this era, it's essential to engage employees with a highly personalized information hub for amenities, dining, transportation, room booking, emergency response, events, and facilities management. With the Modo mobile engagement and communication platform, in combination with other key CRE technology partners, we bring our customers the capability to create and transform their digital workplace, as well has focus on the human experience.”
Join Modo Labs and other panelists to discuss these trends at the CoreNet Global Summit in Seattle, WA November 6th from 2:15-3:15 PST and in booth #739.
About Modo Labs:
Modo Workplace™ allows clients to rapidly deploy compelling apps for any purpose and without development experience, and include dozens of pre-built modules, such as dining, transit, benefits, news, social, emergency notifications, ride share, social, maps, special events, and more. Key Stakeholders can use Modo Communicate™ to increase app usage and engagement with targeted and personalized communication with push notifications, in-app banners, opt-in channels, and beacon-triggered alerts. Modo Analyze™ gives unique, real-time insight into user engagement to help institutions evolve their app to measure how they’re meeting their organization’s constantly changing needs.