DIVVY is proud to be a major sponsor of the Property Council of Australia’s inaugural Future Cities Summit in Sydney on 24 May 2019.
Alongside our channel partner JLL, the principal sponsor of the event, we can’t wait to contribute to the conversation and participate in this interactive day.
With keynotes, panel sessions and case studies from some of Australia’s most innovative businesses and influencers, the Future Cities Summit will examine innovation, disruption and the progress we are making to leave a legacy for the next generation and beyond. Hear from thought leaders and get insights into local and global case studies to understand how creating great places is fueled by the economy, infrastructure, people and leadership. The Future Cities Summit is about sustainable, smart, liveable cities and how we can all help shape the future.
We’ll be showcasing our latest disruptive access technology which is transforming how property companies and employers alike can maximise assets at their premises to offer a better experience for staff, visitors and the local community.
And DIVVY CEO, Grant Fowler, will be moderating the afternoon session on how technology is creating great places and shaping the future. The future of our cities as fast-paced and changing; limited only by the imagination of Australia’s best innovators. Hear the latest PropTech innovations from DIVVY and crypto economist, Anya Nova from Power Ledger, a leading energy blockchain company along with start-up incubators Blue Chilli. Get inspired by the next big things that will change the way business is done, reshaping how we interact with the urban environment and maximising efficiency to build smarter cities.
With a packed agenda and leading experts in the property industry this will be an event not to miss!
For more information on DIVVY’s sponsorship of the The Future Cities Summit please contact Kat Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org and join the conversation today #futurecities
The closure of the local train stations presented a challenge for Downer Group’s Sydney head office – and DIVVY’s Enterprise product provided the perfect solution.
Downer’s head office, located in North Ryde, is home to more than 800 employees, with 40% of it’s workforce commuting by train. When it was announced that the Macquarie Park and North Ryde train stations would close temporarily for the Sydney Metro Northwest rail link construction, Downer’s management team immediately recognised the problem this would create for their employees. They needed to keep morale high and ensure employee retention in the face of this challenge, and DIVVY Enterprise’s new market-first ‘Free Up My Space’ feature was the clever, flexible solution they were looking for.
Implemented from the first day of the rail line closure, the DIVVY Enterprise feature ‘Free Up My Space’ allows Downer employees with assigned car spaces to free up their space for others to book. With only a third of employees having assigned car spaces, the DIVVY solution has opened up a new way to get to work for the rest of the workforce.
In the initial stage of operation on average 40-60 spaces (of the company’s 360 spaces) were freed up and booked each day. With parking such a highly prized asset in North Ryde, and never more so than after the rail closure, making parking available to more employees has had a huge impact on morale at Downer.
The benefits of DIVVY Enterprise go even further. Downer have been able to eliminate physical access cards for their car park, with DIVVY providing precise real-time reporting on who is entering and exiting the car park. In the initial stage of operation, DIVVY’s 24/7, 365-days customer and tech support solved 100% of Downer’s queries within 24 hours. This all means reduced administration and maximum efficiency for Downer.
Derek Yen, Head of Procurement, Property and Security at Downer said “We are delighted to partner with DIVVY to deliver a better experience for our employees and help take the hassle out of parking. Through DIVVY we’re able to optimise our car park by driving higher utilisation whilst offering our people a more flexible parking option. Prior to installing DIVVY’s technology, we managed our parking manually, so it has been a real time saver. This means our teams and people can easily allocate, book and free up spaces in real-time, supporting flexible work options.”
Downer Group are now reviewing DIVVY Enterprise for their remaining offices nationwide.
For further information on this case study, please contact Kat Fowler, DIVVY’s Marketing and Communications Manager at email@example.com