Data Collection Assist
Measurabl now offers a hands on, customized approach to ESG data management
Commercial real estate companies have a growing need to streamline their data collection processes and free up their associates to focus on strategic efforts that actually improve ESG performance. Measurabl’s new Data Collection Assist service adds dedicated professionals to your team to handle the work that can’t be automated and requires a personal touch. This includes following up with property managers for missing data, procuring data from tenants, and other time-consuming tasks.
We keep a laser focus on data collection and property manager or tenant outreach, ensuring that you have optimal data coverage in Measurabl—which is especially important when it’s time to report to GRESB and other benchmarks. Outsourcing data collection activities frees up your team to focus instead on efforts to improve your portfolio’s sustainability performance, such as determining where to invest in energy efficiency retrofits or onsite renewable energy generation.
Who is Data Collection Assist For?
CRE organizations typically spend too much time chasing after data, or simply do not have the resources to do this consistently, leading to data gaps and other data quality issues. Data Collection Assist is for new and existing Measurabl customers who want to purchase a business outcome that goes beyond the software tool, and prefer to limit the number of parties required to do so.
Why Choose Measurabl?
Top asset managers trust Measurabl to manage ESG data for 15 billion square feet of commercial real estate—that’s $2 trillion worth of assets located in 92 countries worldwide. Customers who procure Measurabl’s Data Collection Assist are assigned a dedicated Measurabl professional to handle general ESG data management. The Measurabl professional essentially serves as a de facto extension of your team, handling routine activities such as:
- Onboarding new assets
- Collecting asset data (building characteristics, projects, audits, certifications and ratings)
- Collecting utility data on directly and indirectly controlled spaces
- Following up with non-responsive tenants and property managers
- Providing regular portfolio status updates