PROPERTY consultancy firm KMC Savills is beefing up its capabilities to cater to the industry’s growth and to stay ahead in the highly competitive market.
Its latest service innovations, like labor and location analytics, property and facilities management, and the use of (AI) artificial intelligence-powered K3, are expected to help KMC Savills expand its market share in the business process outsourcing, information technology, hospitality, and gaming sectors.
“As we enhance our capabilities through these new services, we are reinforcing our office advisory services, streamlining project management, and strengthening our teams in identified key areas of growth,” John Corpus, newly appointed executive director for Worldwide Occupier Services team at KMC Savills, said.
The Worldwide Occupier Services team is responsible for supporting and driving the firm’s international business development, client relationship management, and implementing growth initiatives and innovation.
With the growing use of AI, KMC Savills is looking to use technology tools to help clients streamline the process of acquiring or leasing their properties.
“As real estate practitioners, AI gives us a bigger picture of the various factors in managing client portfolios and connect with our audience better. Property acquisition still largely requires human interaction, but with AI, we have in fact strengthened human interaction further,” Carlo Pineda, new director for Worldwide Occupier Services team at KMC Savills, said.