Make Data Directive Without Drowning in Reports With Business Intelligence
The most efficient organizations in any space can leverage data to inform their front lines where performance is at risk, why it’s at risk and what to do to mitigate that risk.
In years past, this meant either drowning in reports or investing heavily in teams of analysts to comb through disparate data to get, at best, a hazy picture of performance.
This webcast is a rebroadcast of the popular session presented at the 2020 RealWorld User Conference. It focuses on how RealPage partners of all sizes are using Business Intelligence to execute highly targeted action plans that combine predictive analytics, strategy-configured dashboards, proactive alerts and scheduled reporting to ensure their organizations stay ahead of the curve—instead of reacting to it.
This insightful discussion with industry experts includes:
- Understanding the difference between directive and informative BI platforms
- Demonstrating how scorecards and alerts can be effectively leveraged to achieve and exceed performance goals
- How to best equip your teams to act on data and not just aggregate it
Andrew joined the YieldStar team in 2010 as the Director of Business Development. Since that time he has served as a Consultant, Trainer, Professional Services Manager and Industry Principal across all of Asset Optimization. Prior to joining RealPage Andrew spent 15 years in multifamily operations.
He and his wife of 20 years share a passion for fitness and watching Marvel® movies with their two sons. When not on the road sharing the benefits of Business Intelligence you will likely find him in a martial arts dojo of some type. His favorite casino game is craps.
Tracy SaffosIndustry Principal, Asset Optimization, RealPage, Inc.
As an Industry Principal in the Asset Optimization group at RealPage, Tracy supports all Asset Optimization as well as Consumer Solutions. She joined RealPage in January 2014 after a 30-year career in multifamily real estate.
Tracy was Vice President of Operations for a 50,000 unit Multifamily REIT based in Denver where she was responsible for a portfolio of 10,000 units in California an Arizona. Responsible for 34 communities and revenues of over $142 million annually, she was awarded with the “Distinguished Service Award” and “Career Achievement Award” by this REIT.
Tracy also served as Vice President of Multifamily Operations for a 40,000 unit Diversified REIT. She managed a portfolio of over 9,500 units in Florida, Georgia, Virginia and Alabama for which she was awarded the “Vice President of the Year” for exceptional financial and operational achievements.