Technology, demographics and rapidly evolving employee preferences are driving companies to think more profoundly about the role of the workplace in attracting and retaining talent.
At the same time, office landlords are seeking to distinguish themselves from competitors by providing amenities and services that will appeal to tenants, raise occupancy and boost rents.
These trends are converging in the form of sophisticated digital platforms that are enhancing the workplace experience for employees while simultaneously creating value for developers and occupiers.
This latest report in the WORK_IT series – the third in a mini-series looking at PropTech – examines the adoption of tenant engagement platforms by commercial real estate developers and occupiers.
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