With some office workers returning to work in New Jersey, landlords have taken steps to keep them safe and healthy in their buildings. Those steps involve not only physical upgrades and new on-site technology, but the use of apps and digital platforms aimed at keeping employees informed, engaged and connected.
Landlords and technology firms say tools such as smart meters, sensors and cloud-based platforms can help reduce a building’s carbon footprint, which can come with the equal or greater selling point of cost savings on energy.
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A host of new technologies and other innovations are poised to transform the design and construction industry, experts say, but come with hurdles tied to adoption and integration.
The way companies work changed fast because of the COVID-19 pandemic, sending them scrambling to learn how to manage a distributed workforce and quickly transition to more automated processes. But, aside from enabling a distributed workforce, automation has much broader advantages for businesses.
A fast-growing, Newark-based investment firm is thriving two years after its founding, using a trove of data and an in-house platform to help it identify potential sellers and properties.
As pandemic continues, landlords and brokers have turned to virtual open houses and other tools to showcase their newly upgraded office buildings in New Jersey.
Denholtz Properties has spent nearly a decade seeking to modernize and weave technology into virtually every facet of its operation, in an effort that became all the more pronounced in 2020.