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6 SEPTEMBER 2016 on designing globally and adapting locally Bmc software's new offi ce in pune, india, incorporates design aspects of both hospitality Bmc software's new offi ce in pune, india, incorporates design aspects of both hospitality Bmc software's new offi ce in pune, india, incorporates design aspects of both hospitality Bmc software's new offi ce in pune, india, incorporates design aspects of both hospitality Bmc software's new offi ce in pune, india, incorporates design aspects of both hospitality and residential – aka, home – environments so that employees feel more at ease in the workplace. While many elements of this offi ce of the future have been carried into the workplace. While many elements of this offi ce of the future have been carried into Bmc's other markets, the local culture is always the consideration for adaptation. Harnessing real estate data to improve profi tability data can make a real difference in understanding, and explaining to others, the data can make a real difference in understanding, and explaining to others, the dynamics of the space around you. three means of collecting data – through observation, with interactive methods or by passive means – can help you in making specifi c assessments or in layering your research so you dive even deeper into valuable fi ndings. technology: what every corporate real estate executive should know When it comes to the technology tools of the cre trade, are you ready for what's next or are you still fi guring out what's now? here's a defi nitive look at the technologies that shape our profession, with insight into how to latch on to today's technology so you can navigate changes into the future. three principles of data analytics to follow Want to make data and their respective analytics work effectively for you? if so, then follow these three key principles: use solid foundational data, keep your analyses as simple as possible, and remember that analytics can't do your thinking for you. beacons connect the virtual and physical worlds Beacon technology is the nBt – the next big thing – that will change how cre functions. Beacon technology is the nBt – the next big thing – that will change how cre functions. already, beacon technology connects retailers with shoppers and entertainment venues with visitors. in the corporate world, the possibilities for creating greater effi ciencies and increased safety through these communication tools are extremely promising despite a few caveats. oracle ties 'experience' design to employee engagement as workplace technologies increasingly eliminate reasons for users to come together, it's important that cre help create and maintain workplace experiences that keep employees connected on many levels. With designs and services that foster an atmosphere of "organizational citizenship," you can make employees feel engaged and happy, and a part of something valuable. Hastings direct outsources facilities expansion via Mos for its new customer-contact center in leicester, england, hastings direct implemented a managed offi ce solution (mos) by portal to help minimize any potential delays, risks and costs associated with a refurbished space. this allowed the company to focus, instead, on managing its 20 percent year-to-year growth rate. TABLE OF CONTENTS 44 48 52 58 62 67 70 Michael "Mike" Huaco Senior Vice President and Global Head of Real Estate McKesson Corporation dePartMeNts leadership 2 message from the ceo 8 members on the move 10 association roundup 10-11 corporate partner profi le 66 a look ahead 73

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