NAR Annual: Disruption is not a dirty word in Commercial technology

If it’s not broken, don’t fix it, clearly does not apply to the fast paced role technology plays within the real estate industry. While solving for the right now is indeed essential, the bigger question is how tech companies within the commercial real estate space and commercial practitioners anticipate change in the future.

Here’s an opportunity to get ahead of the game and predict where technology will take your business in 2017 and beyond. While at this year’s REALTORS® Conference & Expo, grab your seat for this groundbreaking gathering of the industry’s premier technology thought leaders.

Disruption is Not a Dirty Word in Commercial Real Estate Technology
REALTORS® Conference & Expo
Saturday, November 5
1:00 PM to 1:50 PM

Commercial Learning Center (Booth #1881- Expo Floor)
Orange County Convention Center West

Our topics of discussion include:

  • Disruptive technologies and trends that have the greatest impact on the commercial real estate industry
  • How technology is changing staffing roles at the typical commercial real estate brokerage firm
  • Inhibitors of technology adoption in the industry
  • The one big mistake that technology providers make when designing their products
  • Advice for companies considering adoption of a new technology tool

Meet our Panelists

(and get a sneak preview of their predictions)

The rise of IBM Watson analytics, cognitive computing, and the overall power of big data will be a major factor in commercial real estate business in the future.

Turner Levison, CEO
Turner Levison, CEOCommission Trac

The future will push all professionals associated with real estate (REALTORS®, builders, developers, lenders, architects/designers, lawyers, insurance providers, etc.) to gather together in a unified online platform that allows sharing and exchange of hyper-local information for professionals and consumers.

Sanjay Kuttemperoor, CEO
Sanjay Kuttemperoor, CEOWikiRealty

Artificial intelligence/machine learning, augmented reality, robotics, autonomous vehicles, 3D printing, and key demographic shifts will redefine commercial real estate needs. Change in usage requirements of the commercial space has a huge and immediate impact. The reduction, repurposing and potential elimination of some forms of commercial space due to new technologies forces change in a practitioner’s pipeline mindset.

Greg Ausley, CEO
Greg Ausley, CEOCoachSimple™

Commercial real estate professionals live and die by their own production, and they don’t have time to mess around with a half-baked technology that doesn’t actually make their lives easier or more efficient. Technology providers will have to build systems that integrate and make the individual more efficient, resulting in technologies that professionals actually want to use.

Vishu Ramanathan, CEO
Vishu Ramanathan, CEOBuildout

Meet our Moderators

Michael Griffin

Michael Griffin

CEO, ClientLook, and EVP, Xceligent™

Emily Line

Emily Line

VP, Realtors Property Resource®
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