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Podcast: How Technology is Reshaping CRE

Norm Doucet • 11/2/2020

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We are seeing an accelerating pace of technological change across the commercial real estate landscape. Proprietary technologies, historically perceived as clunky and expensive, are being replaced by 'partner first' models. These approaches allow organizations to bring together innovative products from across the industry to create value for their people and customers. How should CRE professionals navigate the latest solutions to help them make better decisions?

For this conversation, Michael Creamer was joined by Cushman & Wakefield's Adam Stanley, Chief Information Officer & Chief Digital Officer, Norm Doucet, Head of Americas Flexible Workspace and Kathleen Cahill, Head of Global Innovation Hub. 

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