Enterprise Architecture

NOI Strategies optimizes real estate business processes by combining strategic perspective with operational expertise. We have first-hand knowledge of how acquisition opportunities are limited by inefficient due diligence procedures. We have seen how manual processes delay the monthly close. We recognize the required balance between local (on-site) property knowledge and central (corporate) controls.

From our leadership team to our project resources, we bring hands-on expertise in the critical processes that are central to real estate, including:

  • Acquisition due diligence
  • Asset business planning
  • Budgeting & forecasting
  • Collections
  • Consolidation
  • Design & Construction
  • Financial reporting
  • Joint venture management
  • Lease administration
  • Leasing
  • Monthly close
  • Procurement
  • Project Management
  • Valuation

Process improvement precedes technology–an approach that ensures legacy practices are not duplicated in new systems and tools. Technology enables optimum processes. Enterprise Architecture is integral to every technology project that NOI Strategies undertakes.

We understand how organizational structure impacts behavior. NOI Strategies has proven expertise in aligning organizational structure with optimized processes. The organizational structure of the largest real estate companies have evolved based on the interests and strengths of individual members of the management team. Existing organizations reflect legacy rather than current business models. This results in delayed cycle times, ineffective decision-making, and duplicative functions across multiple business units.

We have deep experience in business process management (BPM) and use BPM tools to expedite change and maximize the value of new processes.

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