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4 Tips To Prevent Busted Software Implementations

Today CRE executives are navigating multiple tectonic changes in how we develop, use and monetize the built environment. WFH, e-commerce, climate change and technological disruption are just a few of the challenges the industry is wrestling with, each of which, on its own, is really big and hard to process. The impact of all of these forces acting on the industry simultaneously, however, is more than any company can reasonably expect to figure out. In the face of so much uncertainty, the best strategy is to make your company as nimble as possible so you can adjust and stay relevant.

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OKRs for Commercial Real Estate

How can an industry conditioned to value staying the same adapt to such a rapidly changing business climate? As the technology industry has learned, the best way to manage change is to make your organization capable of changing faster than your competitors. That is the essence of building an agile and resilient organization.

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“It’s all in my head!” – The risks to business continuity planning lurking in your manual processes

Business leaders often overlook the risks associated with core business processes that are highly manual in nature and tied to a limited number of individuals. A fundamental component of any business continuity plan should include an executive review of essential processes that are manual and tied to individuals and to find ways to institutionalize those activities in software through digital transformation initiatives.

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What We’re In it For

Our big idea at LeasePilot is to eliminate unstructured documents as the principal technology that underlies virtually all commercial transactions and replace it with a structured database. That may sound pretty dry, but the ultimate impact is huge: radically more efficient markets that will free up a massive amount of wasted human potential.

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What you need to know about leasing automation (and why it’s so hard to do)

Document automation is nothing new. Microsoft Word has been helping us for decades with features like mail merge, but despite years of technological advancements, the commercial real estate industry has not been able to truly benefit. Why is that, you ask? The simple answer is because the commercial leasing process is different. And much more […]

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Introducing Version Control | The Lease Negotiation Process Just Got Easier

Version Control is a set of features that brings property owners and tenants together on the same cloud-based lease-drafting platform to streamline edits, eliminate the confusing redline process, and take conversations out of email and into an environment that makes collaboration easy.

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A Lesson in Entropy | How a Clean Lease Form Becomes a Mess (And What to do About It)

If you’ve ever spilled a glass of milk, congratulations! You’re familiar with what physicists call entropy. And if you’re not a barbarian who leaves spilled milk on the floor, you’re also familiar with the fact that cleaning up the milk is going to take some energy/work. Entropy describes what is essentially a natural tendency for […]

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Why is it so Hard to Automate a Commercial Lease?

“How does LeasePilot actually work?”   “What’s the difference between LeasePilot and other document automation tools like A, B, and C?” These are questions we get all the time, and answering them in a way that is clear, concise, and not overly-technical is a challenge. LeasePilot doesn’t quite fit into an existing product category, so […]

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[Webinar] The Cost of Time

The commercial lease drafting and revision process is a waiting game: The tenant waits for the first draft. Then you wait for the tenant’s lawyers to review. Then you wait for everybody on both sides to find time get on a conference call to negotiate changes. Rinse and repeat for every round of negotiation. Ask […]

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