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Enterprise Technology Review | Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Business owners are rushing to become the top vendors. The trends given below help business owners and landlords to drive the Net Operating Income and remain the market leaders.

FREMONT, CA:  As private body firms, the venture capital funds and commercial brokerages are continuing to pour billions into the property sector. The coming years will witness the technologies and brand new business models will be tested. While there are excess solutions for real estate technology, which are developed by Prop Tech companies. Different trends given below will transform the market in the coming years, as many firms rely on technological innovation and enhancement in the space to provide millions of business ventures and customers.

5G enhances digital connectivity

Digital connectivity will be an important differentiating factor when related to attracting tenants to the commercial and residential buildings. By deploying 5G technology, which is considered as the next evolution in cellular technology, most of the business and building owners will move to future-proof the real-estate assets. 

Space as a service will proliferate

The retail estate industry undergoes huge building change by the concept that is known as space-as-service. The SPaaS business model, where the landowners provide a suite of services, enabling the tenants to use the space more efficiently. This also involves everything ranging from digital connectivity to furniture, fixtures, and also the staffing which is required to operate businesses. The SPaaS is an exemplary shift in which the commercial real estate industry has provided products and services to tenants and is transforming the role of commercial landlords from rent collectors to service suppliers.

Smart building apps

Focusing on the tenant experience and occupant will continue to drive increased rents and remains a competitive differentiator for commercial owners. Smart building apps increase the occupant's journey, builds the community, and also offer new experiences inside the commercial and the residential buildings that are proliferating.