Technology

Leveraging the industry’s leading platforms while providing flexibility for you.

Technology


Our team is well-versed in the industry’s leading technologies and is committed to leveraging solutions that create the most value for you. Unlike our competitors, we are technology agnostic, an approach that offers you maximum flexibility and ensures our unbiased assessment of any solution under consideration.

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Business technology sourcing

Our advisors review your technology needs such as unified communications, internet, call center, cybersecurity, and cloud computing. With new technologies being developed so quickly, we help you select and implement the cutting edge solutions that support your specific business needs, especially when relocating.

Data visualization & reporting

With the ability to pull data from multiple platforms, we aggregate and track important real estate and occupancy metrics over time. We are flexible in the way we create informative deliverables, tailoring visual analytics and reporting cadence to your specific needs.

Platform selection

We have extensive experience in the evaluation and selection of new platforms and can help you identify the optimal solutions for your business. We provide an unbiased assessment of any systems under consideration and leverage your purchasing power to drive a competitive bid process, resulting in the best possible pricing for you.

Smart building solutions

Whether you’re seeking to comply with local carbon emission regulations, reduce your operating expenses or gain a greater understanding of your space utilization, our team can help select the right technology solution for you.

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NateBlog
Blog
November 30, 2021

Amazon: Retailing, Streaming Services, Grocer and… Industrial Landlord?

The rise of industrial real estate over the last twenty months has been well documented. Across all markets, significant tenant demand, coupled with scarcity of available product and poorly-performing office assets, has allowed rental rates to appreciate, sale processes to become highly competitive and transaction prices to reach new watermarks.
Workplace 2.0: A New Paradigm Forced by Today's Challenges
Blog
November 19, 2021

Nonprofit Return to Office: The HR Perspective

COVID-19 has prompted the most notable workplace transformation of our time. As companies rethink how and where they work, HR departments are at the center of this evolution, crafting policies and developing guidance to keep their workforce healthy, productive and supported.
Greg Schiffman, CFO Absci
Blog
November 18, 2021

From Startup to IPO, Growth Mindset with Absci CFO

On this episode Blake welcomes Greg Schiffman, Chief Financial Officer for Absci, the drug and target discovery company harnessing deep learning AI and synthetic biology to expand the therapeutic potential of proteins. Greg discusses his career journey, the exciting growth from startup to IPO, and how SW Washington and Portland are positioned well to become a biotech hub.
Zac Conley
News
November 16, 2021

Cresa opens office in Rochester

The new office will also support Cresa's clients in Buffalo, Binghamton, Syracuse and Utica as the firm continues to grow its portfolio.
Q3 Ottawa Market Report
Market-Research
November 15, 2021

Q3 2021 Ottawa Insight Report

A drop in sublease rental rates illustrates occupants incentivizing sublease offerings to maximize recoveries, optimize space use, and improve internal workplace operations. Companies are reacting to the necessity to make decisions, many of which impact the expense of their office space.
Q3 2021 POV Widget
Market-Research
November 9, 2021

Q3 2021 Edmonton Office Occupier

Quick Response (QR) code is becoming a mainstay phrase in our daily language. This technology and increased work mandated vaccinations mean more employees are returning to their offices, which in turn is leading to stability and giving office users more comfort in marking long-term decisions about real estate. However, do not expect the overall vacancy rate to come down anytime soon.