Do you ever keep records of the problems that happened to you?

If not, the same issue is likely to happen again and you will not be better prepared to face the event a second, 3rd time.

Do you ever keep records of the problems that happened to you?

Samuel Zeller

Most people will take a note to know when to change the oil in the engine of their cars. This helps to maintain a car in good shape and in the end, increase longevity and the value of the car. The same principle applies to many aspects of your buildings and you can avoid bad surprises and improve your assets by using all the data you can to predict incidents.

Several possibilities exist. First, you can use a log book to keep a record of all your equipment. Second, you can use connected objects to detect irregularities. And third, you can learn from the interactions with your users to detect patterns, anticipate and be proactive in your estate management.

The easy to use interface we provide at Urbest is not only a tool to the common memory for users and employees. It also works as a data producer for property managers. As a result, data analytics highlights pain points and field of services to work in order to improve and smoothen the operations.

As a property manager, do you make any use of the knowledge created when you communicate with your users?

Thanks and best,
Urbest Team