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      Real Estate Analytics: Transforming Data with Intelligence

      by Nik Sudhakar & Jonathan Hills
      by Nik Sudhakar & Jonathan Hills

      For most companies, business intelligence has traditionally involved allocating considerable time and resources to generating dreary statistical reports, which are then displayed in spreadsheets and pored over by teams of analysts.

      Now, however, powerful new analytical tools are helping firms visualise data and generate business insights - enabling them to make more informed decisions that drive better results.

      Many of these tools are already demonstrating their worth in the real estate industry, where corporate real estate professionals are forced with a relentless flow of data generated by asset management, facility operations and transaction processing.

      This latest report in the WORK_IT series - the second in a mini-series looking at PropTech - explores the application of business intelligence tools in the real estate industry.

      Real Estate Analytics: Transforming Data with Intelligence | WORK_IT 


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      Nik Sudhakar
      Director, Digital Solutions
      +852 2820 6506
      +852 9011 0096
      Jonathan Hills
      Senior Director, Research
      Asia Pacific
      +852 2820 2881
      +852 2810 0830

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