Justin Segal of Boxer Property Discusses Big Data & Analytics in Buildings
The Realcomm | IBcon Video Showcase is a monthly feature of carefully curated interviews selected from our Conference LIVE Video Library. It will spotlight industry leaders who will be discussing what their organizations are doing or give their perspectives on a current topic or trend involving the intersection of Commercial and Corporate Real Estate, Technology, Automation and Innovation.
This month, we are featuring Justin Segal, president of Boxer Property, a commercial real estate investment and management company. Justin oversees operations, marketing, leasing, and technology for a portfolio of commercial property across the country. He also takes the lead on analytics, enterprise data and process engineering.
In this Conference LIVE segment, Justin talks about the increasing sophistication and understanding of big data and how information is being collected and analyzed by real estate organizations. He discusses opportunities and challenges of leveraging data as technology continues to dictate the accelerated pace of information. Watch the full interview:
Data Analytics are one of the top-of-mind industry topics that will be featured in various sessions at Realcomm | IBcon 2018 which will be held on June 6-7 (Precon: June 5) at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. For more information, visit Program Details: Realcomm | IBcon
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