CoRE Tech2013 – Microsoft Campus, Redmond, WA – November 6-7, 2013

CoRE Tech 2013! Join us for CoRE Tech, a unique gathering of the world’s most proactive, visionary corporate real estate, facilities, energy, sustainability, HR and IT executives who’ve elected to come together in order to focus on innovative automation and technology strategies that will enable them to move their respective corporate real estate organizations into the 21st century.


CoRE Tech 2013 is a unique gathering of the world’s most proactive, visionary corporate real estate executives who’ve elected to come together in order to focus on innovative automation and technology strategies that will enable them to move their respective corporate real estate organizations into the 21st century. Our theme this year is REvolution>> REdefining Real Estate Operations Through Technology, Automation and Innovation

Click to EnlargeCorporations and businesses represent a significant sector of the real estate industry. Companies do not own real estate as an investment but rather to facilitate the business with which they are involved. While a building is always a building and has certain processes that need to be attended to no matter the ownership structure, the real estate and facility requirements of owner-occupied property create a number of new challenges and opportunities.

A REvolution is under way in the built environment. Buildings impact us in so many ways. They house our workers and therefore impact productivity; they’re a place to conduct commerce so they also impact revenue, they consume tremendous amounts of energy, require great financial resources to maintain, impact the environment and play a significant role in the global economy. The REvolution underway is causing us to RE-think, RE-engineer, RE-design and RE-construct the business models and processes that are involved in the built infrastructure that supports corporations and companies.

Technology, automation and innovation are at the center of this Corporate Real Estate and Facilities REvolution!
•Information systems are organizing real estate, facility, energy, finance and human resource data like never before
•Smart buildings and campuses are redefining corporate real estate best practices
•Mobility and all the changes it brings to the workplace represent a major paradigm shift in how corporations and their employees operate
•For anyone who touches corporate real estate and facilities, the skills and organizational chart are quickly changing

Ken Smyers

Ken Smyers

Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the CTA Awards. HVAC and Security Sales Engineer and Integration Consultant with over thirty years of industry experience.

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