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RDM’s 2017 Year In Review

RDM’s 2017 Year in Review

This year has been a successful year for us with lots of exciting changes at RDM. As 2017 comes to a close, let’s take a look at our top 5 blog posts. Here is RDM’s 2017 Year in Review:

  1. Measurements Matter in CRE.

    RDM can help you take the guess work out of your building measurements and ensure that you are taking advantage of your potential growth. We specialize in re-measuring space in order to provide more accurate and customized data.

    Learn how RDM can help you maximize your spaces in our blog post post from March 2017, Do You Know Your Growth Potential?

  2. Brokers and Property Managers find Value in 3D Tours.

    RDM has added a 3D tour feature to the RealAccess software which allows users to tour realistic virtual spaces. 3D visualization is a potential game changer for the real estate industry, especially when paired with online management platforms and software.

    Find out how this new feature may be a valuable CRE investment in our June 2017 post, 3D Tech in CRE is More Than a Gimmick when Paired with Managed Services.

  3. There is a lot to take advantage of with the new BOMA 2017 Standards.


    Learn more about the 2017 release of BOMA International’s Office Standards and how these changes may impact your RSF. RDM can assess your space and help maximize your building measurements.

    Read about how this release affects your portfolio in our September 2017 post, What Office Landlords Need To Know About BOMA 2017. 

  4. We’re Only at the Tip of the Iceberg for CRE Efficiency.


    Don’t miss out on the recent improvements that we’ve made to RealAccess. This includes the Interactive Floor Plan Ruler and new Building Summary reports. Make sure you are getting the most out of our platform with these new updates and features.

    Learn about them in our October 2017 post, 5 Awesome RealAccess Features. 

  5.  The Current State of CRE Tech and our predictions for 2018.

    Peter Boritz, CEO of Real Data Management discusses how in this second(ish) wave, companies are more curious than ever about how CRE technology can be of value to their businesses.

    Read the full blog post from September 2017, The Second(ish) Wave of CRE Tech.