Key Benefits of Proptech in the New Workplace

Returning to work after the Covid-19 pandemic means less room is available. By digitizing the process, proptech can assist businesses in making the most of their limited space.

Fremont, CA: Proptech, or property technology, uses technology to improve and simplify the way the real estate business looks for, sells, rents, and manages properties. Despite the fact that the real estate market has been slow to accept technological trends and solutions for common issues such as data collecting, the Proptech industry has grown significantly since 2014.

Benefits of Using Property Technology

Reduced Physical Contact

Gone are the days of shaking hands with coworkers and entering the office building with your fingerprint. Due of the pandemic, contactless solutions are required to limit physical encounters with both high-use surfaces and humans. Contactless solutions in Proptech include employing smartphones or facial recognition rather than keycards or access granted by an employee to get access to a building.

Employees will be safer in the workplace if systems that track and record when high-use surfaces are cleaned are in place. This will decrease their physical contact with others and their germs. QR codes at the office, for instance, can be used to track the use of desks and other working spaces, alerting cleaning staff when they need to be sterilised and telling employees when a workstation is available to use. These systems can also give cleaning analytics, which can assist enterprises in making data-driven decisions.

Space Occupancy Simplified

Returning to work after the Covid-19 pandemic means less room is available. By digitizing the process, proptech can assist businesses in making the most of their limited space. This can be accomplished through the use of a digital access management system, which allows employees to pre-allocate and book rooms to ensure their availability. Furthermore, a system like this can show which areas are still accessible for use, allowing institutions to make the most of them.

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