Kykloud, the industry leading mobile condition assessment and asset management tool, is lending its support to this year’s RICS National Building Surveying Conference, signing up as lead sponsor.
Attendees of the conference will be given the opportunity to get their hands on the award winning Kykloud software, which is already making waves across the surveying industry with four of the UK’s top 10 surveying practices now using its ground breaking technology.
The 2013 conference will welcome a host of key speakers and bring a number of technical workshops to help surveyors keep pace with the changing face of surveying and continuously improve the service that they offer.
- Martin McCarthy, Director, Business Operations and Sustainability, Aberdeen Asset Management and Mat Lown, Sustainability Partner, Tuffin Ferraby Taylor who will talk about the Energy Act and share the latest RICS Sustainability Guidance Note
- Tony Bingham, Barrister & Arbitrator, 3 Paper Buildings will provide a legal update in property and construction
- Laurence Cobb, Partner, Taylor Wessing will present a case study on the key successes of the Blackfriars upgrade
A number of breakout sessions and workshops will provide hands on practical support and training chaired by a number of key industry figures, looking at topics such as BIM and the role of the building surveyor, essential advancements in building regulations, achieving excellence in conservation and energy, media and business development for the building sector, sustainability and changes to dilapidations law.
Attendees will be able to post their questions about the future business and professional requirements of building surveying to an expert industry panel via email and social media, creating a lively and truly engaging debate.
Ed Bartlett, member of the RICS and CEO of Kykloud said: “The 2013 conference is really focused on the future of building surveying and the changes that are needed for the industry to continue to improve. As this lies at the very heart of Kykloud and is the very reason that I left my role as a chartered surveyor to develop the exciting software, we were an obvious partner to such an event.
“Technology, particularly the adoption of mobile technology, has a huge role to play in the continuous development of the industry and will help to bring about significant improvements and efficiencies in the service we can offer. Kykloud customers are already reporting a 50% time reduction in on site surveys, improved accuracy and efficiency and an increase in the number of successful tenders, so we are very much playing our part in the future of the industry.”
Tickets for the RICS Building Surveying Conference are now on sale from www.rics.org or by calling +44 (0)20 7695 1600.
If you are interesting in finding out more about how Kykloud can help you lead the way in the future of surveying and provide you with a competitive advantage please contact our sales team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0845 366 2242.