Leading real estate companies choose Measurabl to benchmark their ESG performance Many real estate companies choose GRESB (formerly the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark) to
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You know that the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark validates your collective ESG efforts, but reporting can be a tedious process. You have to know and understand exactly what the GRESB Assessment is looking for to accurately map out your data points. As a GRESB Global Partner, Measurabl speaks that language for our customers. Which is why our average customer sees a 10-point increase in their reporting when disclosing with Measurabl.
Track and measure progress against strategic initiatives by managing your ESG data. With Measurabl, you can compare site performance across your entire portfolio to uncover high-impact opportunities. Over time, those opportunities add up. Because if everyone in your organization takes smaller actions, you can initiate major change together.
When you’re the face of an organization, reputation is everything. If you could bolster your brand equity by leveraging operational efficiency, wouldn’t you? Measurabl is your ESG data hub, collecting utility and building information to provide insight and communicate performance across your entire organization.
Gathering ESG data can be a tedious process, and if it’s your business to monitor that data on behalf of your clients, it can become a serious bottleneck. Automated data collection puts time back on the clock so you can focus on managing your client relationships.
From automating the collection of utility information to region-related compliance alerts, Measurabl helps manage all of the ESG data you need to make informed operational efficiency decisions. With the average Property Manager reporting a 5x decrease in reporting time, see how your organization would look in Measurabl.
From improved efficiency to boosted reputational capital, real estate owners and corporate tenants of all sizes understand that there is much to gain from corporate sustainability programs. But where to begin? The first challenge is understanding your stakeholders and what they’re looking for in an ESG strategy.