WiredScore, the company setting the global standard for technology in the built world, has today announced 39 global landlords including Derwent London, Nuveen, Lendlease and SL Green.
The latest offering from WiredScore, the Portfolio award is given to landlords and developers who have committed to delivering a best-in-class, technology-enabled experience across a significant portion of their portfolio, now and in the future.
WiredScore Portfolio brings with it a number of tangible benefits for landlords looking to make their portfolio future-ready with technological infrastructure that will meet evolving needs of occupiers. In addition, it provides clients with dedicated tools to measure, improve and promote the connectivity performance in a clear, efficient and impactful manner. The award enables landlords to:
- Increase revenue by attracting and retaining occupiers through enhanced brand positioning.
- Reduce cost and gain efficiencies by applying in-building technology strategies at scale.
- Demonstrate the increased long-term value of a portfolio to investors and deliver on ESG+R (Environmental, Social, Governance, and Resilience) strategies.
- Save money and time by streamlining their certification process.
Arie Barendrecht, Founder and CEO, WiredScore, commented:
“If the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that we have all come to expect best-in-class levels of connectivity in our buildings, enabling a seamless transition between the home, office and back again. As a result, we have seen first-hand just how technology is fast becoming a core pillar of how our clients are delivering their portfolios. Yet the macro environment and the pace of change of technology means it’s never been more challenging to create tech-enabled spaces.
We are therefore proud to be working with some of the world’s most forward-looking landlords and developers who not only understand the benefits of a technology-first approach in their real estate, but are constantly improving it to create a first-class experience for their building users. By implementing sound digital infrastructure as a minimum requirement across their portfolios, our clients are not only creating dynamic and resilient spaces people really want to be in, but they are sustainably future-proofing their buildings for generations to come.”
The full list of clients signed up includes: Adams & Co, Altus Properties, Amro Partners, APF Properties, Art-Invest Real Estate Management GmbH & Co. KG, Brunswick, COIMA, Columbia Property Trust, Crown Realty Partners, Derwent London, Edward J. Minskoff Equities, Fengate Asset Management, Ghelamco Poland, Gmp Property SOCIMI, GSG Berlin, Hibernia REIT, IQHQ, IPUT, KingSett Capital, Lendlease Australia, Lionstone, Momeni, Northwest Healthcare Properties, Nuveen, RedTree Capital, RF CorVal, Rudin Management Company, Schroders, SIGNA, SL Green, Stockdale Capital Partners, Swire Properties, The GPT Group, The John Buck Company, Watkin Jones, Welput.