Real estate is a balancing act, especially while maintaining multiple properties, all with their own needs and challenges. Hathon is primarily concerned with driving business while sticking to its strategic initiatives. To adhere to these initiatives, Hathon has installed and managed several technical devices, each with its data reporting.
Hathon uses this data to constantly monitor and maintain awareness of what is and is not working for their different locations. As such, Hathon has systematically installed a number of different tools to comply with each of its strategic initiatives: commercial, financial, operational, and organizational. The company’s technologies include security cameras, access control, indoor temperature regulation, occupancy management, and data collection.
Each device or system deployed meant creating contracts with different vendors and managing data stored on different servers. Keeping up with all these devices and contracts has created inefficiencies, difficulty installing and maintaining a multitude of physical equipment, and a communication lag between the different services that were not integrated. Thus, unknowingly going directly against Hathon’s strategic development plan.
Moreover, Hathon is committed to strategic and sustainable buildings that will withstand time and be environmentally conscious by not producing unnecessary waste or energy inefficiencies. This requires data collection to support a sustainability strategy.