CRM 2.0: Emerging Practices to Advance Strategic Business Engagement Monday, 21 October 2019 from 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

Location
252C
Streaming Location
Careers Learning Theater
Session Type
Learning Experience

Even CRE&F organizations with well-established client relationship management (CRM) programs are continuously working to expand and refine the means by which they engage to be better planning partners for the business. We will share the latest trends in business engagement from recent industry research, as well as highlight real-world examples from 3 senior CRE&F leaders who are executing business alignment in its best, most executive form.


Key Takeaways:

Attendees will explore best practices from leading corporations to align CRE&F and business strategy to provide powerful outcomes including:

  • Identifying, advocating and launching big initiatives to drive Corporate value and results

  • Leveraging workplace as an embodiment of your company’s brand

  • Driving the workplace experience opportunity from a legacy program to a new way of enabling the workforce

  • Using data and analytics to engage the business to drive optimization and create value

Speakers

Portrait photo of Sarah Abrams Sarah Abrams
Senior Vice President, Head of Global Real Estate, Iron Mountain
Speaker
Portrait photo of Steve Brashear Steve Brashear
SVP, Global Real Estate, Salesforce
Speaker
Portrait photo of Ward Komorowski Ward Komorowski
VP Enterprise Property Group and Security - Global, Johnson Controls, Inc.
Speaker
Portrait photo of Tom Kurtz, IV, MCR Tom Kurtz, IV, MCR
Senior Managing Diirector, CBRE
Speaker

Topics

CRM, Data Analytics, Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality

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