To deliver the global technology platform, JLL's Project and Development Services group is partnering with Clarizen, an award-winning project management software company, to configure its future-forward technology to transform the way we manage and deliver projects.
The emergence of the MLS will make it easy to track real estate brokerage business trends and helps potential property seekers save time, money and avoid stress since they do not have to deal with multiple agents.
"The goal is to present content in virtual reality," explains the company, "and make the user experience better and more professional, so the customer will calmly arrive at his destination without the fears that accompany remote vacation reservations."
This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article. It's not taxi drivers, nor government regulations, nor competitors like Lyft or Cabify: the biggest threat to Uber is a technology that has the potential to take the revolutionary company out of the market. Blockchain, is a decentralized network, where there is not one person who has more power than the rest. It has the potential to destabilize Uber's business model as the company did with one of the most important industries in urban life: transportation.
A startup based out of Riyadh, Syarah, is an internet-based marketplace used for buying and selling used cars in Saudi Arabia. They recently finished a Series A funding round earning $2 million through investment led primarily by Middle East VC firms Raed Ventures, BECO Capital, and Vision Ventures. This marks the second round of investment for Syarah which began in 2015 by Saudi Arabian entrepreneurs Fayez Alanazi and Salah Sharef. They finished a seed money round of $600,000 also from BECO Capital and Raed Ventures in 2016. Aiming to utilize the new funding to accelerate the platform’s expansion and growth,
A brand new customer-focused car checking app, created by FirstCheck and TransUnion, will let customers look into the information on their cars that would normally only be available to dealerships. This is especially useful as buying a car can hurt a consumer’s pocketbook when the right checks aren’t completed. “A lack of knowledge of hidden faults, fraud or a suspect service book is generally caused by a lack of insight into the full history of a vehicle. We want to put the right information in the hands of consumers so they can make better, more informed decisions,” says Kriben Reddy,
This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English via Google Translate. Click here to read the original article. The automakers Audi, a German firm, and Ford, based in the USA, recently confirmed independent alliances with international organizations in the field of smart car technology. Audi partnered with Cognata, an Israeli start-up that provides a simulation platform for autonomous vehicles. For its part, Ford signed on Wednesday a letter of intent with China's Google, Baidu, to develop artificial intelligence and intelligent connectivity in automobiles. Audi, through its autonomous automotive unit, called Autonomous Intelligent Driving GmbH