The real estate market has evolved into a wildly different reality than where it started.
Recent data show that 68% of new home shoppers prefer to deal with agents through their mobile applications.
As mobile traffic has skyrocketed, some real estate companies have been quick to adapt, investing in technology and tools that support their brokers and agents.
More interestingly, virtual reality and video is set to transform the buying process the same way digital photos and online listings did about 30 years ago.
With two billion smartphone owners and 10 million VR sets shipped this year, real estate is becoming an exciting ground for innovation that can deliver more sales, better revenues and seamless buyer experiences.
This leading-edge solution is designed to function as a feedback tool aimed at various building site locations managed under the AECOM umbrella. From a functional standpoint, the app collects relative real-time data from its circle of tenants on a regularly scheduled basis.
The purpose behind the collected data is to give AECOM the ability to understand the sentiments of its office workers, and too assess the functionality of building amenities. In order to understand and keep abreast as it relates to the operational status of their properties, the app probes and asks end-users a series of questions that must be replied to.
As David Armano of HBR summed it up: “Mobile itself is the nuts, bolts, and infrastructure, while mobility is the context which determines if it all works together or doesn’t.”
For enterprise developing and deploying, mobile solutions can be a large and ongoing challenge. Particularly for companies with complex operations.
To succeed, enterprise leaders must take a comprehensive
and scalable approach for maximum efficiency and productivity without sacrificing security, reliability, and performance.
While doing so can start with important decisions, such as building native vs. cross platform, to develop and deploy successful projects, much harder questions have to
“There’s not much humility in their vision: they say openly they want to do what Henry Ford did to cars, or what Rockefeller did for oil.
They want Appster to be the ideas development hub of the world.”
Only the best engineers: “Applying for a job at app-building company Appster, seems a little like applying for a high-security-clearance government job.”
Their audacious vision is to help transform the most innovative and challenging ideas into reality, by becoming the leading technical co-founder for entrepreneurs.
Appster has [over] 110 employees, and they are adding 50 to 60 employees this quarter. With an office in San Francisco, and they have a team of executives and board members that includes the former chief financial officer of PayPal, David Jaques.