Madrid, February 8, 2010. Banco Popular, the third largest bank in Spain, has selected Intelligence Partner‘s GIAI (Intelligent Management of Real Estate Assets) solution to automate and improve efficiency in marketing their real estate assets through their subsidiary Aliseda. According to Pedro Javier Rodera, General Manager of Aliseda, “GIAI will enable us to improve the visibility of all commercial activities being carried out by our network in real time and to make better decisions. Our ultimate goal is to provide our customers and partners with the best possible service. By automating business processes via GIAI, we are convinced that we will be able to achieve this”. “We are very pleased with the decision taken by Banco Popular. Intelligence Partner has invested heavily to make GIAI the best integrated platform for Commercial Real Estate Asset Management. Banco Popular’s decision makes us think we’re on the right track”, said Ignacio Bañó, Managing Partner of Intelligence Partner.
The Management of Real Estate Assets is a complicated process that involves many people in different geographical locations. This makes the Intelligence Partner solution, based on Salesforce.com technology, ideal for improving workflow and information, avoiding errors and speeding up processes.
Intelligence Partner is the first Spanish consultancy company that specialises in Cloud Computing technologies. Intelligence Partner provides solutions in the fields of Marketing, Sales, Customer Services, Human Resources, Recoveries, Real Estate Asset Sales, Messaging and Collaboration.
GIAI is a 100% web-based application used to automate the management of real estate sales processes, including the reporting of visits, the submission and approval of tenders, contract management and deeds. It also provides a unified manner of handling real estate stocks and all potential customers through various channels.
One of the solution’s greatest advantages is that it makes work easier by using mixed commercial networks formed by own points of sale (bank branches) and external outlets (collaborators, APIs, etc).