Strategies to Improve NOI Through Better Utility Management
Are you maximizing your utility cost recovery? This webcast will discuss industry best practices and new ways to maximize your recovery so you are not left footing the utility bill.
Learn ways to dig into the data and the most likely places to uncover hidden yield. Utility management is evolving quickly and there are still abundant NOI opportunities if you know how to find them.
This webcast will review the evolution of utility management, discuss the latest tools and best practices to uncover NOI, and review the reports that show you where the opportunities are.
Finally, we'll provide you with actions you can take to immediately improve your utility management program by leveraging the latest innovative utility management and sustainability solutions to operate more efficiently and improve the value of your portfolio.
Join RealPage® experts in utility management and sustainability solutions to gain a greater understanding of the utility management tools available to uncover NOI and gain insights so you can take the right actions for your property and portfolio.
Amye Baker is Vice President Customer Success, Enterprise Solutions for RealPage. In her current role, Amye oversees account management for enterprise solutions. Amye has more than 16 years of experience in the multifamily industry. She joined RealPage in 2005 as part of the acquisition of The Pleco Group. She was integral in leading the implementation team upon the acquisition and successfully transitioned the operations team not long after. Prior to that Amye spent 7 years in product management in other industries. She is passionate about helping clients effectively manage utility expenses.
Mary NitschkeVice President, Sustainability, RealPage, Inc.
Mary Nitschke joined RealPage as Vice President of Sustainability in 2019. Previously she was the Director of Ancillary Services for the award-winning Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc, where she had the privilege of managing both the resident costs and expense sides of the utility wheelhouse.
Mary is passionate about utilities, and should perhaps switch to decaf. She was the first president of the Utility Management Advisory board, possesses an Energy Resource Management Certificate from UC Davis, and two Bachelors of Art from UC Berkeley.