Commercial real estate technology and solutions provider, RDM, launches a new integrated feature for their RealAccess software that will transform the way customers manage their space.
NEW YORK, NY (April 12, 2016) – Real Data Management (RDM), the company that's transformed the way landlords and brokers manage their building portfolios with their software RealAccess, is launching a new feature called DRAW. The tool gives users the power to do many things, including the ability to divide and hatch spaces, and automatically recalculate the RSF of their floor plans. Users can immediately see how their changes will impact rentable areas.
DRAW will help clients forego the expensive and time-intensive process of hiring third parties to create and make changes to floor plans. Customers can spend from $10,000 to $20,000 annually to support floor plans and related ongoing changes. When using RealAccess + DRAW customers get all the benefits of using outside vendors to maintain updates, but with a fraction of the traditional costs.
For CRE buildings this tool is incredibly valuable. It is saving us time and money. Everyone managing CRE should be on this platform.
-Michael Cohen President | Tri-State Region Colliers International
“People in CRE are experiencing digital brain freeze,” says Peter Boritz. “There are too many choices of isolated software. Our solution is to deliver a one screen experience. With DRAW customers can now change floor plans and automatically recalculate RSF on the fly.”
DRAW gives users the power to create space scenarios and easily visualize answers to "What if?" questions such as "What if we increase or reduce suites? What if our tenant wants to take over additional square footage on the same floor? The DRAW tool is breaking down barriers that customers face when they're leasing and managing space.
DRAW is like a lighter, easier-to-use version of AutoCAD. RealAccess users get the drawing capabilities without the expense, plus it’s intuitive and requires little to no training from the moment you open it up.
- Corey Carter, Director of Software Solutions
DRAW lets users see how changes will impact rentable numbers. Since the automatic recalculations for BOMA and REBNY are done in real time, it speeds up the process when it comes to leasing new spaces. RealAccess is available on both desktop and mobile devices, which lets real estate professionals show off new floor plans to potential tenants while onsite or just on-the-go.
Real Data Management (RDM) is a nationwide provider of software and solutions for commercial and residential real estate. The RDM platform, as well as its signature product Real Access™, is designed to help landlords, investors, brokers and managers more effectively market and manage their portfolios. Find out more at http://www.rdm1.com, or contact them at 1-877-RDM-0011.