"Make risk transparent!" This is the motto of the "Monitoring Day" workshop series, which brings together experts and specialists from the development financing cluster in Munich. In addition to significant increases in efficiency via optimized processes, the debate will focus on the fundamental question of how the cloud-based use of the PROBIS Banks cost management software can be used to master atypical monitoring requirements. Innovative announced regulatory requirements of the ECB will require consistent recording and processing by database-supported systems in this area.
The findings of the workshop are presented in a white paper based on emproc, assetecture and Cushman & Wakefield. Stefan Stenzel, CEO for Development Monitoring within Cushman & Wakefield, says: "At Cushman & Wakefield, we are following innovations in the digitalization of real estate processes extremely closely and are increasingly using various tools, including PROBIS, to enhance our monitoring performance. Meanwhile, working out various results in a workshop offers the greatest prospects for knowledge transfer. For this reason, we are delighted to host this workshop and look forward to continuing this format.
Moritz Koppe, CEO at emproc SYS, the developers of PROBIS: "The Monitoring Day at Cushman & Wakefield, where we can explain the systematics of our PROBIS software to experts and discuss digital platforms with them, has workshop character. We would like to continue along this path. Continuing on specific topics is planned.
In addition to presenting the status of the PROBIS Banks software with the help of the Pfandbriefbank and emproc, Achim Johannis from assetecture will moderate an expert discussion on the design of the overarching process landscape in monitoring.
The benefit of PROBIS Banks lies in the ability to simultaneously check and collate selected real estate projects. Knowledge such as order status, billing and forecasts of the client are automatically transferred to the PROBIS software, confirmed by the monitor or tailored. Banks benefit from the diverse analysis tools and prepared invoice data sets. This simplifies, accelerates and comprehensively accompanies the complete process from the loan application to the ongoing review of a loan agreement over the entire term. The controllers involved in the process act in real time on the same data record and regulate user-defined according to equity, debt or refinancing capital. In all of this, the software's high degree of versatility is convincing, as it can be continuously adapted to selected deal and project structures.
"With PROBIS Banks, all relevant key figures of a real estate deal can be recorded and evaluated again and again," emphasizes Robert Mühlstein, CEO of emproc SYS. "The differentiated interfaces realize the simultaneous processing and evaluation of data sets. Controlling is considerably accelerated by means of complete digitalization.
Founded in 2014, emproc SYS with its PropTech PROBIS has made a name for itself as one of the leading quantity surveyors and experts for multi-project controlling in the real estate industry for both public and intimate clients and banks. With up to 90 completed controlling projects per year and experience from major projects such as airports, hotels, football stadiums and office buildings, the project controlling experts are considered reliable consultants to project developers, project managers and banks. With the independently developed controlling software PROBIS, emproc SYS offers the full range of services and clearly stands out from its competitors.