Ringley unveils new system for commercial and resi buildings
Residential property consultancy Ringley has unveiled new operational management platform aiming to make it easier for property owners to monetise services and spaces within their buildings.
Named Busy Living, the software can be white-labelled enabling operators to brand it as they wish whilst also offering a customer-facing app alongside the digital back-end.
The platform can be used for any type of real estate asset where an investor needs to monetise space.
Busy Living combines a plug-and-play cashless payment platform with biometric security features used by the Ministry of Defence.
Security features include facial recognition and fingerprint scanning which allows operators to grant access and manage spaces, with a cashless payment system for tenants also being a key feature.
Mary-Anne Bowring, group managing director of Ringley, said: “Our new platform aims to improve transparency, reduce cost, drive revenue and above all de-risk operations.
“The next-generation of buildings will merge multiple uses under one roof and what we are looking to do through our latest tech offering is to help better commercialise ‘live-work-play’ developments.
“There has been a shift towards operationalised real estate and the boundaries between different asset classes are blurring.
“Both residential and commercial property look to the hospitality and leisure industries for inspiration and learning, which is why our new tech is adaptable and sector-agnostic.”
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