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Building data is leveraged when integrated with CRE software

Owners, asset managers, property managers and brokers – one thing they all have in common is the need for immediate, accurate building data. RDM is the only CRE platform of software and solutions that can provide customers a true one-screen experience with our combination of building measurement and floor plans that seamlessly integrate with RealAccess.

Since we handle the upfront building measurement and integrate that information directly to our application, we eliminate the lag and inefficiencies of gathering and maintaining this information manually.

With their online solutions combined with their building measurement solutions, this is an incredible platform that supports all our buildings.

Brian Feil, VP of Leasing
The Feil Organization

Using RDM’s software RealAccess, which is linked to his accounting system, Brian Feil says he has his portfolio’s building data and stack plans in front of him as soon as he logs in. The quick, digital access “definitely makes life easier.”

RDM’s initial building space analysis and software are key tools for our team as we negotiate leases, strategize on future availabilities and manage our assets. RDM is always attentive to our requests and their response time is impressive.  We know we can rely on RDM for accurate information that is delivered quickly.

Cooper Kramer, Vice President
Savanna

RDM helps property owners and managers retrieve and manage information in a quick and organized way. RXR Realty property manager Nicholas Mather agrees, saying his more than five years of using RDM’s product has been a seamless experience.

One of the big selling points for me is just being able to hop online and share floor plans and determine square footage and where we stand at the click of a button. If I need to point out things to a tenant or a vendor that is standing here with me, I can just pull it up.

Nick Mather, Property Manager
RXR Realty

Over time and with other companies, Nick has moved from primarily using RDM to retrieve leases and plan books to also using it for updates on fire safety systems and emergency actions in the buildings under his watch. Nick says this level of digital convenience allows him to avoid slowdowns that would disturb tenants. Happy tenants mean happy property owners/managers.