Real estate data strategies - don't let IT own the plan
Real estate data strategies should follow one key piece of advice to succeed – it has to be owned by senior business leaders in the firm, not the IT group. Key takeaways from the Data Strategy 2019 meeting
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Half of real estate investment managers are looking to innovation to help solve internal data challenges, not least the integration, warehousing and cleaning of data across the entire firm in order to better use data for trend analysis and prediction, according to NAREIM members.
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Real estate data strategies should follow one key piece of advice to succeed - it has to be owned by senior business leaders in the firm, not the IT group.
The NAREIM Data Strategy meeting, which took place in Chicago last week, heard it was critical for business leaders to take ownership of data initiatives, to clearly articulate the goals of a data strategy - and to fight for the resources needed to clean financial and operational data and to build the systems around it.
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