One of the world’s leading real estate investment advisors needed temporary space while they worked on their new headquarters. Their corporate real estate team set high standards looking for space with top security and performance requirements. Join and their REIT client were able to provide swing space that met the toughest requirements within a few
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Join’s REIT client had already proven their flexible offering in CBD Boston, MA, and wanted to test the demand in a suburban market. It was important that the suburban Flex version would maintain the high-quality tech experience that was provided in Boston. Join provided the same IT-as-a-Service that tenants would receive in Boston. This successful
Travis Perkins, VP of Customer Experience at Join, joins a panel of experts at Realcomm to discuss The New Hybrid Workplace: Occupancy Analytics and Flexible Hybrid Workplaces. This video is a re-broadcast of the live webinar that took place on Thursday, April 22 2021 at 8:30 AM PDT. About the Realcomm Webinar: In the last
Bisnow shares some additional thoughts from The Future of Office in San Francisco webinar on March 25 that Join participated in. The back-to-office recovery is going to rely on quality workplace environments that offer trust and quality amenities. Join’s VP of Customer Experience, Travis Perkins, added: “We’re seeing a huge push on both the owner
Travis Perkins, VP of Customer Experience at Join, joins a panel of experts at Bisnow to discuss The Future of Office in San Francisco: How Will the Office Market Recover. This video is a re-broadcast of the live webinar that took place on Thursday, March 25 2021 at 1:30 PM PDT. What’s being discussed: How
Spear Street Capital’s President Rajiv Patel discusses strategies for collecting insights that lead to building differentiation at CRETech’s virtual summit, with Join’s co-founder and CEO Karl May and VP Customer Success Travis Perkins. Discussion includes what has changed in commercial offices due to Covid, and what kinds of information will guide investment, amenity, and marketing
Travis Perkins, VP of Customer Experience at Join, kicks off Unissu’s inaugural RE:Connect. We are now in an era where cloud technologies and as-a-service business models enable the commercial office industry to move into digital fast forward to meet the dynamics of COVID-19 disruptions. Secure connectivity is software defined and can be deployed and continuously
Originally posted at https://www.realcomm.com/news/1008/2/the-next-two-normals The challenge: suddenly knowing the “when” but not the “what”The duration of the COVID crisis is suddenly fairly clear. As a leader in commercial office real estate, once you have clarity, you and your stakeholders should expect a set of strategies and plans of action. After three weeks in April turned
In this virtual interactive session of the CREtech Reimagining Real Estate Sustainability Summit on September 30, Karl May, CEO of Join, and Jim Whalen, SVP/Chief Information and Technology Officer of Boston Properties, discuss and demonstrate how commercial properties can help tenants return to the office and be prepared for the next normal by elevating trust
In this episode of the CREtech Reimagining Real Estate Virtual Summit, watch as Travis Perkins, VP of Customer Experience at Join, discusses how to safely re-occupy office spaces by creating flexibility with connectivity and data. Travis is joined by Reid Snyder, Director of Corporate Development at HqO, and Mark Gilbreath, CEO of LiquidSpace.
Originally posted at https://www.realcomm.com/news/989/2/the-new-era-of-workplace-connectivity The challenge: decisiveness amid unrelenting uncertaintyIn an environment that was already digitizing rapidly, COVID-19 creates a dynamic environment that mandates urgent and material innovation to solve a problem of very uncertain duration and evolution. Taking a page from how software developers use the cloud, the commercial real estate industry can take action
Advantages to Owners As can happen in many arguments, discussing the merits of office space leasing is often about the two extremes. On one side is the established, long-term lease by stable tenants committing to building out at least one whole floor and staying for 10 years or more. On the other, is the disruptive,