Good commercial property management, by definition, is pretty simple. Buildings are well maintained and attractive, systems do what they should do, and tenant needs are addressed promptly and thoroughly. Quality property management ranks right up there with location as a key to attracting and, even more importantly, retaining tenants.
But beneath the surface, a huge number of moving parts must work properly – and in concert – to provide best-in-class building operations. Much of this hinges on how processes are managed. Today, new and advancing technologies provide tools that enable property managers to increase efficiency in our day-to-day work flow and be more responsive to tenants than ever before. Prism Press Release – June 2011.