Residential, commercial, and business properties are significantly expanding due to rapid population, business, and economic growth. Such tremendous growth, however, also comes with higher requirements and standards for all kinds of property management processes – from site surveys to inventory management and everything in-between.
What is a site survey?
One of the very first steps of any work project should be to survey the site on which it is about to be performed. This can prevent potential hazards and troubles, as well as provide useful information for the project managers. Usually, a site survey consists of several visits to the site, where various objects and aspects of the place are examined in detail.
A successful and time-efficient inspection process depends on many variables. One of the key parts to consider is the creation and subsequent management of questionnaires. Resco’s Winter Update 2019 focuses on saving administrators’ time and gives them even more freedom when working with questionnaires – helping them simply to achieve more in less time.
Described by Forbes as “The best technology conference on the planet”, Web Summit hosts experts, CEOs and policymakers to explore overarching trends and ask a simple question: Where to next? After three days of insightful presentations about everything from design through robotics to future societies, we pose our own question: What does Web Summit 2019 mean for the present and future of enterprise mobility?
After Vienna, Boston, Munich, Philadelphia, Amsterdam, and Prague, Resco has brought its annual resco.next conference to Rome on October 24-25. With attendees from 75 companies and 23 countries in the audience, Resco CEO Miro Pomsar, and his guests took the stage to share what’s next for the company after 20 years on the market. Continue reading →