APRIL 2-4 | NEW YORK MARRIOTT AT THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE
Explore our five multifamily-specific tracks. Gain key insights into how technology is being implemented at the country’s most successful multifamily companies.
Expect focused 25-minute sessions mixed with 50-minute panel discussions from executives and division heads who are successfully leading the CRE technology revolution. Hear topics including…
- Access Control
- Artificial Intelligence
- Building Management Systems
- Buy/Sell/Hold/Renovate Decisions
- Cloud Computing
- Customer Experience
- Deal Sourcing
- Due Diligence
- Leasing Systems
- Legacy Systems Integration
- Project Management
- Property Performance
- Smart Buildings
This track encompasses all technology related to managing the physical asset & customer experience.
Explore technology and recent innovations around security & access control, leasing systems, building management systems, customer experience, amenities, connectivity, maintenance, smart building hardware & systems
Financing & Dealmaking
The Financing & Dealmaking track is focused on technology, innovations, and best practices that can help improve the buying and selling process.
Explore technology and recent innovations around sourcing, due diligence, and underwriting.
This track was designed for the more technical members of the team. If you’re a CISO, CIO, engineer, data scientist, or head of IT, then this is the track for you.
Topics for this track include automation, cloud computing, advanced data analytics & artificial intelligence, integrating legacy systems, cybersecurity, and project management tools.
This track is geared towards the executive management, finance, accounting, analytics teams.
Topics include technology innovation related to property performance, reporting, and buy/sell/hold/renovate decision making.
This track was designed to showcase the industry’s leading startups. All companies showcasing in this track are handpicked by the RETCON team as the up-and-comers to be on the lookout for.
To fully understand where the industry’s headed, it’s critical to be aware of the startup landscape.