PropTech 2019: Big Data, Bots, and PlanTech

PropTech 2019: Big Data, Bots, and PlanTech

Big Data Revamping the PropTech Space

Users today best enjoy best-in-class tools to resolve the inherent issues in business operations. The evolving era of PropTech organizations is successfully implementing this system by amalgamating vast amounts of data to help property professionals in making smarter decisions and executing those in an actionable format to get profitable results. Planning is that the core of each industry vertical, including the property industry but proves to be old-fashioned and sophisticated, which is anticipated to urge easier with technology by 2019. Faster low-cost planning assessments are going to be the key to vast opportunities for the event industry, councils, and communities with innovation and enhance.

Bots are the New Buzzword in Innovation

With time, chatbots became high-end and trailblazing. 

Even though the keenness has fizzled out, the investment and development of bots have continued to form them significantly, especially within the land ecosystem. AskPorter, as an example, is bringing in newer innovations in property management with their digital assistant solution. Hubble too has taken the baton in raising a Series A funding initiative, which has made them overcome several scalability challenges they once faced. Their innovative platform provides solutions to cater to the entire space and adds more value to the business. AI too is at the present, being applied extensively to revamp the whole property planning sector. PerchPeek is another significant example that utilizes AI to match renters with homes and supply a way more robust as compared to legacy renting platforms.

Big Data Propelling the PropTech Arena

Several Big Data enterprises, including Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Airbnb, are gradually making their place within the PropTech space. From building cities in Toronto from the web up by Google to Amazon’s investment during a prefab company to create Alexa-enabled homes, these companies are successfully capitalizing consumer demands with data. The resources they need at their disposal helps to stimulate significantly the whole property landscape that further enhances investment and innovation. With core specialization inland companies, there's a wave of knowledge acquisition and analysis to collect more insights on the people in their buildings. This data is precious because it plays a significant role in designing, informing, strategizing, and ultimately driving investment decisions.

The increasing amount of real-time data about the market is now more readily available, and therefore the investment sector itself is getting more organized with several companies like Unissu gaining momentum to enable investors to form profitable investments and on the entire drive the PropTech industry to newer advancements.

 

 

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