CREtech Comes To Austin, Texas on April 22 and 23rd for Its First Event of 2020
CREtech (cretech.com), the leading global conference and research company devoted to innovation in the Built World, will be showcasing a panel of the most active companies in the real estate tech M&A space at its first event in 2020. To be held in Austin, Texas on April 22nd and 23rd, the panel will feature Tim Curran, CEO at Building Engines, one of the leaders in the sector.
Tim Curran is the CEO of Building Engines, the premier cloud-based building operations platform powering modern CRE. Tim has been in software for 30 years, spanning development, implementation, marketing, sales and as CEO of three other VC/PE-backed start-ups including Vela Systems, a construction management software company acquired by Autodesk. He also serves on the board of several tech companies including Smartvid.io and Repsly, is an active angel/seed investor and LP in tech VC funds, and a volunteer in YearUp.
Tim will share the stage with fellow real estate tech leaders Mike Britti, SVP at RealPage, William Zola, President at LightBox RE, John Ensign, President at MRI, Keith Tice, VP of Corporate Development at Accruent. The panel will be moderated by Ben Lerner, Managing Director, "Real Estate" Tech M&A, Lerner Associates.
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About Building Engines
Building Engines is the premier operations platform powering modern CRE. Building Engines helps operators deliver an exceptional experience for building occupants, while maximizing profitability for owners. We designed our platform from the ground up to address all elements of building operations, from optimizing the tenant experience to maximizing rent rolls. Building Engines delivers an open architecture, enterprise-class capabilities and quick time to value, all through a single, easy-to-use interface. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Boston, the company has raised more than $25 million in venture funding to build, buy and partner to deliver CRE’s most modern platform addressing long-standing problems in building operations. Today, more than 750 customers—including Beacon Capital Partners, Cushman & Wakefield and Highwoods Properties—rely on Building Engines to manage critical operational needs across more than 2.4 billion square feet and 25,000 properties worldwide.
To learn more, visit www.buildingengines.com.
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