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DIVVY Parking sponsors PropTech Summit 2020

DIVVY is a proud top floor partner of the PropTech Summit 2020 to be staged virtually from 10 – 11 November.

The PropTech Summit returns this year to explore how technology is putting the customer, and their needs, right at the heart of the property sector.

Inter-connected consumer demands now control their experiences of real estate. How they park, access their building, control the temperature in their apartment, their lighting and how they use their utilities. Consumers are more digital savvy then they ever have been in the past.

PropTech 2020 will connect delegates from the real estate, proptech and venture capital and investment fields and help them to discover how to leverage technology to enhance their customers experience and deliver gains across the board with sound digital transformation plans and strategies.  

Key themes at this year’s summit include:

  • Benchmarking your business against industry best practice to stay ahead of the pack.
  • Successfully integrating proptech into commercial real estate.
  • Achieving measurable ROI from proptech.
  • Understanding how COVID-19 is impacting real estate.
  • Leveraging specific technologies to increase efficiency and control
  • Meeting the future requirements of the connected customer and tenant.

Our CEO Grant Fowler will be presenting on the topic “How to invest in Proptech and achieve measurable ROI on day one of the summits. His session will cover such points as:

  • Why are you investing in proptech? Sometimes the non-tangible ROI can be just as effective as the fiscal tangible outcomes.
  • Prepare for the change that the technology you’re investing in enables.
  • Does your current infrastructure allow ROI on the proptech you’re investing in?

Grant will also be joining DIVVY’s friends Dexus and others for a panel discussion on day two called How Does Implementing Proptech Impact the Bottom Line? The panel will consider such topics as:

  • Does enhancing the experience of building occupants translate to increased rents or occupancy?
  • How does increasing the performance and flexibility of the built environment pay off?
  • What are the specific ‘value-adds’ that tomorrow’s clients are going to be willing to pay more for?

For more information about PropTech Summit 2020, visit– www.proptechsummit.com.au.

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Making parking simple for GenesisCare

Leading healthcare group GenesisCare are focused on supporting their staff in their important purpose: designing innovative treatments and care for people with cancer, heart disease and sleep disorders. They are improving the small details, like parking, to enable their people to concentrate on their vital work. That’s why they chose DIVVY Enterprise to manage the staff parking at their Australian national office – when elements like parking are simple and seamless, people are free to focus on what is important.

When Dexus rolled out DIVVY’s parking management system at their property The Mill at Alexandria in June, GenesisCare also came onboard with DIVVY. GenesisCare’s Australian national office comprises of the largest tenancy at The Mill, with 55 of the property’s 130 parking bays on their lease. Dissatisfied with the user experience of their previous parking management system, GenesisCare are now using the DIVVY Enterprise system to manage all their staff parking needs.

DIVVY Enterprise’s additional features include ‘Free Up My Space’, whereby employees with assigned car spaces can free up their space for others to book when it is not in use, and ‘Book on Behalf’, allowing parking to be booked for visitors or other employees. DIVVY Enterprise also makes it possible for companies to charge their staff for parking, managing the entire process from booking to payment. 

Property & Facilities Manager at GenesisCare, Hoani Tainui said:

“The ease and simplicity of the DIVVY user experience is what initially attracted us to the system. As an organisation, we are undergoing a period of rapid growth, so it is absolutely imperative that we get the right systems and processes in place at our head office in Alexandria.”

GenesisCare are the first Dexus tenant to implement the DIVVY Enterprise system for staff parking management.

For further information, please contact Kat Fowler, DIVVY’s Marketing and Communications Manager at kat@divvy.com.au

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DIVVY and Dexus join forces at The Mill

DIVVY has once again teamed up with leading real estate group Dexus, this time at their unique heritage property The Mill at Alexandria. The DIVVY parking management system was rolled out at the property in June to facilitate tenant parking.

The Mill is a 1.9-hectare mixed use multi-tenanted property comprised of a mix of modern and refurbished historic buildings in Alexandria, NSW, with warehouse style offices, retail spaces and 130 car parking bays.

It is home to a diverse range of tenants, including GenesisCare, Bendon Lingerie, Seafolly, Under Armour and iconic South Sydney eatery The Grounds of Alexandria. The DIVVY parking management system was chosen by Dexus to facilitate tenant parking due to its ease of use. DIVVY’s market-leading access controllers, which use a QR code reader, allow tenants’ staff to scan in and out of the car park without fuss or delay.

DIVVY is now the preferred parking management system in 11-Dexus-owned properties nationwide, with more to come soon.

For further information, please contact sales@divvy.com.au.