AI Assets Wins Proptech to Watch Award

  • Asset management platform a winner in the first Proptech Awards
  • AI Assets recognised for its “clear and meaningful” benefits to industry

AI Assets has been honoured to be recognised as the 2021 Proptech to Watch Award at the inaugural Proptech Awards in Sydney.

The award, presented by The Proptech Association of Australia, recognises the Australian startup with a clever use of technology that solves a clear problem and delivers meaningful benefits to industry.

The prize was presented to the AI Assets team at the Proptech Awards 2021 gala dinner in Sydney, hosted by legal firm Ashurst.

Founder and president of the Proptech Association Australia, Kylie Davis, said AI Assets was a great example of a proptech that had a very clear user case, impressive track record of blue chip clients in the property ownership space, and a strong roadmap for future growth.

“AI Assets is a great example of a proptech that has identified a very clear problem in the property industry, and created a product that solves not just the immediate problems of tagging and capturing the value of both digital and physical assets in buildings, but provides an information stream that then empowers property owners to a whole new level,” Kylie said.

AI Assets automates the collection, analysis and reporting of assets, saving hundreds of hours in typical asset data collection and creating an easy-to-update live datastream of assets that allow building owners to better maintain and manage their property portfolios.

The founder and CEO of AI Assets, Wayne Herbert, said he was delighted to be the recipient of the first Proptech to Watch Award.

“It’s a wonderful confirmation of the value of the work we are doing,” Wayne said. “The list of finalists was very impressive so we feel honoured to have won against such great competition.”

“I’d like to thank my team and the wonderful job they are doing, thank my clients who push us to excel every day, and the Proptech Association Australia for hosting the awards.”

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