Over the next 24 months, WiredScore plans to expand its geographic footprint across North America and APAC as part of its mission of making the world’s buildings smart and better connected.
Eyal Malinger, Partner at Beringea, commented: “WiredScore has firmly established itself as a leader in the real estate industry for prioritizing and enhancing a tech-enabled approach. There is a current, very real problem facing the sector: developers, consultants, and real estate owners are desperate to make buildings smart, well-connected and competitive, but there are few common frameworks for evaluating these attributes which is hampering innovation globally.”
“We are excited to be a part of this journey with WiredScore and to have our people join the Accredited Professionals Program, which enables Cushman & Wakefield to provide world-class services to our clients by drawing on global best practices for in-building technology,” said Oliver Skagerlind, Global Head of Client & Business Solutions at Cushman & Wakefield. “Through this relationship, we can support our employees and clients in staying on the cutting edge of advancements in technology that are transforming real estate. We look forward to expanding on our success in Europe to offer the program to Cushman & Wakefield colleagues around the world.”
Elie Finegold, Managing Director, Crow Holdings: “There is a tremendous opportunity in the real estate industry, as consumer habits and expectations change – especially in the multifamily sector, where the prevalence of ‘work from home’ has made connectivity a critical consideration of owners and tenants, alike. We are proud to be partnering with WiredScore to help them on their journey toward placing technology at the heart of the built environment.”
Brad Greiwe, Co-Founder, Fifth Wall, added: “There has never been a more crucial time in the real estate industry to capitalize on technology. WiredScore continues to empower office and home owners to implement solutions that will have a lasting impact on a building’s viability, sustainability, and security amidst an ever-evolving landscape.”