For the Best Tech Innovation in Commercial and Corporate Real Estate of 2016, at Realcomm.
Cityzenith won the prestigious Digie Award for Best Technology Innovation in Commercial/Corporate Real Estate of 2016 at Realcomm, in San Jose (California), the past Wednesday, June 22nd. Previous winners include: Keyhole (Google Earth), the iPad, Tridium, (Google) Android, and Yardi, and many other industry-leading disruptive technologies.
Realcomm has been handing out the “Digie” Award (short for Commercial Real Estate Digital Innovation Awards) since its first event in 1999. “The main purpose of this award is to recognize those companies, real estate projects, technologies and people that have gone above and beyond to positively impact our industry through the use of technology, automation and innovation. Commercial, Corporate, Government and Institutional Real Estate involve an inordinate amount of information, systems and business processes to operate the business. This data intensive, manual, mostly disconnected environment provides the perfect opportunity to radically transform how we do our business. For this reason, we continue to recognize those who are leading the charge for a more efficient, effective and profitable industry.”
Cityzenith CEO Michael Jansen, who accepted the award in person on behalf of the company, commented: “We are ecstatic to receive the Digie Award this year and would like to express our sincere thanks to Realcomm for acknowledging our work in this space. Realcomm has a long track record of picking winners and we are honored to be joining an elite group of disruptive technologies that have fundamentally transformed the way the industry works over the last 18 years. Kudos to the Cityzenith team for this extraordinary accomplishment!”
Cityzenith's 5D Smart CityTM is a web-based SaaS platform, combining an intuitive, 3D geospatial UI powered by a high-performance gaming engine with advanced search and analytics capabilities making it easy for building professionals to navigate their way to any piece of information across their entire portfolio of buildings and projects. Users transform their existing investments into valuable tools for aggregating, searching, managing, retaining, and reusing project information in a unique 5D visual environment. The company is headquartered in Chicago with offices in London and Singapore.