Technology Transformation - Review of CoRE Tech 2010

Technology Transformation - Review of CoRE Tech 2010


May 2011

Moderator: Bryan Berthold, MCR, EVP Workplace Strategy & Anaysis, Ratekin Consulting Speakers: Mitch Wickland, Technology, Strategy and Program Management, Bank of America Pay Wu, MCR, Senior Manager, Strategy and Operations, Deloitte Services LP Robert Fitzgerald, MCR, Director, Global Practices, Nokia Eileen Howell, Information Technology | Client Solutions, CB Richard Ellis CoRE Tech is the first forum of its kind for both learning and discussion focused on pushing the envelope on how technology enablement can contribute to corporate real estate functioning. CoRE Tech?s initial objective is to help achieve shareholder value through the intelligent application of technology and integration for better alignment of corporate real estate initiatives with the c-suite objectives and corporate strategy. This panel, composed of technology advisory board members of CoRE Tech 2010 representing Bank of America, Deloitte Consulting, Nokia, and CB Richard Ellis will discuss the outcome and key messages uncovered from the CoRE Tech inaugural conference held November 2010, developed in alliance with CoreNet Global. Each panelist will share their approach to achieving ROI for their technology investments, and their vision for the future of real estate technology convergence. Key Takeaways * Technology enablement as the ultimate tool for innovation, lower costs and more effective management of enterprise assets and productivity * Collaboration and knowledge sharing among corporate real estate executives and technology counterparts to harness the power of technology for maximum productivity and return on assets * Transforming technology agenda that will further respective missions to reduce costs, increase service efficiency and create revenue generation opportunities

Keywords: Chicago Summit 2011, Technology, Strategy, Integration, C-Suite, BOA, Deloitte, Nokia, CBRE, ROI

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