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The Fifth Estate | May 17, 2017
Five key megatrends are shaping the way technology is used to improve the performance of commercial real estate portfolios, according to Switch Automation chief executive Deb Noller.
Switch is active in both Australia and the US, and while there are some differences in how the markets are behaving, it is clear that companies ahead of the curve will gain savings that will compound like interest over time, Noller says.
Central to the company’s offerings and well in sync with these megatrends is an online platform that gives real-time visibility to all critical data relating to building performance and occupant comfort.
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