Sustainability reporting has become standard practice globally, demanding consistency in data capture, reporting, and insights into real estate performance that transcends regional units of measure. To address this need, Measurabl has added new faces and features focused on growing international subscribers to the world’s leading sustainability reporting tool.
Measurabl has expanded features to the platform, supporting a growing international client base with the ability to change currency and units. This will allow global portfolios to compare performance apples to apples in consistent units, as well as convert reported data in one unit and send it to a reporting agency in different unit. This is a game changer for supporting global organizations that file various types of building performance reports.
Measurabl has added new faces to support this growth. Dana Arnold joins the team as Chief Operating Officer and Arielle Slaby is the new Vice President of Customer Success. Arnold assumes responsibility for department-level operations including human resources, accounting, legal, and international operations. Slaby will oversee deployment and ongoing service for the company’s multinational clientele who collectively run Measurabl at over 3,000 owned or leased buildings in 65 countries outside of the US.
“Dana and Arielle are both domain experts, technically savvy, and well respected in the real estate industry,” said Matt Ellis, Measurabl’s CEO and Founder. “We’re extremely happy they made the decision to join our team and have already seen the benefit to our clients and operations, particularly as we service customers overseas.”
Measurabl reached a total subscriber base of 4 billion square feet and 20,000 commercial properties across 67 countries, and is now the sustainability software of choice for 40% of the world’s Top 30 Investment Managers as of April 30, 2017.