In the June 2016 newsletter, OSCRE's CIO, Ian Cameron, discusses Blockchain and why it may be of significance to the real estate industry.
As well, our CEO, Lisa Stanley, describes recent activities in both Europe and North America, including the formation of IREDEC, a collaboration of several international standards organizations. We also feature an industry spotlight on one of our newest members, Planon Inc.
The body of the newsletter is available in PDF form. You may access it by clicking this link: Newsletter June 2016
Orlando, FL, June 15, 2016 Five leading international data standards organizations, FIDJI (France), gif (Germany), INREV (Europe), OSCRE International (UK, North America) and REDEX (Netherlands) have formed the International Real Estate Data Exchange Council (IREDEC) and signed a collaborative agreement. The intent is to harmonize existing international data exchange standards to meet the requirements of investors, fund managers and service providers of cross border investments.
The body of the announcement is available in PDF form. You may access it by clicking this link: IREDEC Announcement
OSCRE is rolling out the OSCRE Academy. This academy is currently under development. It is an Education Certificate program that takes a web-based approach to learning. This program of study will enable your team members to advance their knowledge in the following key areas:
Workgroups are addressing
The world is changing when it comes to information in facilities management. For the first time in the industry, several critical advances are converging. The questions moving to the forefront have become, “What’s Happening, What Does it All Mean and Where are We Going?” While the topic is information, the issues and influences are core to the business of IFM. You can access the entire white paper at this link: OSCRE's IFM Whitepaper.
Are you interested in learning how OSCRE Standards can improve data quality and data transfer, and your organization’s performance? Access the playback and slide deck of this webinar to learn: