Real estate companies like most other businesses are now relying on technology for operations. The digital transformation of real estate is moving at a rapid pace. Online buying and selling of homes, rentals for properties is driving these changes.
As per Forbes, 95% of buyers use the internet to look for homes, and 51% buy homes that they have found using the internet. Apparently majority of the people are choosing online options for buying, selling & renting their homes. The digitisation of real estate is creating transparency in property deals, facilitating easy access to property buyers, tenants & making things easier for the agents.
Dashboard is perhaps the most important element for aggregating information for users. It is the first interface that all users interact with. For an enterprise software, it is very important to create dynamic dashboards that maximise efficiency of users. The user experience, the way data is presented and ease with which key insights are delivered by the software can create a huge difference to the productivity of its users.
What is a dynamic dashboard? A dynamic dashboard rearranges itself according to the changing data patterns in the system. It presents the most relevant information to its users. For e.g. if there is a high priority proposal for approval, then it highlights it for the user to take the required action.
Bill Gates once said, “Intellectual property has the shelf life of a banana.”
This is so true about the world of technology. Everything changes so fast that you need to constantly sharpen yourself to keep up with the times.
Keeping your technical skills up to date can be a challenging task. But you have to do it, else you run the risk of being outdated and outskilled for the industry. To do any meaningful work that creates impact in the tech industry, one has to follow the ongoing developments in your field, develop the right skills and expertise.