The benefit of data depends on its availability, quality and linkage. Artificial intelligence provides significant cost savings.

 

Those who analyse, link and use existing data from objects, companies and the environment have a huge competitive advantage. Like oil, however, data is not readily available on the surface, and making it usable is a challenge. Much data is managed externally or can only be experienced manually due to fragmented system landscapes. The risks – poor data quality or operational inefficiency due to high personnel costs – are enormous, or manual checking and quality assurance impossible due to the amount of data.

 

This is where RE:QGate comes in, an internationally operational solution. It enables automated detection of errors and anomalies in real estate data, has integrated release and documentation processes and creates automated reports. The use of artificial intelligence results in considerable cost savings, data quality assurance and the early detection of risks and optimisation potential. In this way, real estate companies can realise competitive advantages and bring ideas to the market far ahead of the competition, e.g. in the area of sustainability. Conclusion: You don’t dig for oil by gut feeling with a spade – why should an unstructured process be effective with data?

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