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The New Tenant Journey in Commercial Real Estate | HqO

The New Tenant Journey

The dynamics of the employer-employee relationship have profoundly changed in what we all hope are the waning days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Until March 2020, employers commonly set the work rules that determine the parameters of when employees worked, how they worked, and where they worked. While employers will continue to define how to best …

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Tenant Experience Technology: Building a Business Case | HqO

Building Your Tenant Experience Technology Business Case

Tenant experience technology (also known as TeX or TenX) is bringing commercial real estate (CRE) leaders and property teams closer to their building occupants than ever before — but how can you prove it? The rise of TeX is creating new and exciting engagement opportunities for tenants by aggregating and anonymizing meaningful data on what …

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The Tenant Experience Technology Buyer’s Process | HqO

Navigating the Tenant Experience Technology Buyer’s Process

It’s a tale as old as time: commercial real estate (CRE) leaders have spent years searching for ways to attract and retain highly sought-after tenants, increase office value, and inform their investments to create efficiencies in building costs and operations. In today’s world, accomplishing these feats begins with focusing on the workplace experience. By making the …

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CrowdComfort, HqO, and Openpath reflect on the importance of tech-enabled buildings during the phases of workplace re-entry.

Your Tenants Demand a Tech-Enabled Life — Don’t Let Your Building Fall Short

From the moment they wake up until the moment they fall asleep — and even for those several hours in between — your tenants are tech-enabled, using multiple technologies to collect data on and improve every aspect of their day. If you’re not facilitating that convenience in the office as well, why should they stay …

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How Mobile Technology Can Support Your Building’s Amenities Program

A recent study from Colliers International recommends that commercial office owners should, as a baseline, allocate approximately 10% of their rentable square footage to amenities. For those who are trying to attract highly south-after tenants, they should reserve 12% or more. Thus, as landlords are always trying to attract and retain the best tenants, they …

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