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Published 11 November 2019
The importance of collaboration is central to the successful application of proptech. As the industry gathers at PropTech New York, Tim Ryan, Head of Technology Law at DAC Beachcroft, looks the importance of collaborative partnerships.
“The widening efficiency gap between what’s possible and business as usual, and between digitally enabled business and non-digital firms will soon make it impossible to ignore new technologies and the organisational and business model changes they demand. The imminent era of ambient and intelligent technology will require real estate companies to rethink their business models.
“Innovation will become as critical to success as it has in other industries further along their digital journeys. Forwarding thinking businesses will be considering their role inthe ecosystem, what complementary skills and capabilities they require in partners and how this will enable better services and outcomes for clients.”
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