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The Modern Multi-Family Challenge: Finding Apartments for America’s Workforce
America’s urban core, inner-ring suburbs and secondary markets alike are booming with renters in need of housing. That demand in turn leads to more activity from developers and value-add investors, but it’s not focused on meeting the greatest need. There is a critical gap to fill, but it won't be easy.
Examining Rapidly Shifting Ownership in Veterinary Hospitals
Traditionally dominated by private practices, veterinary hospitals have recently experienced significant interest from corporate and private equity (“PE”) buyers. Corporate ownership isn’t new – VCA Animal Hospitals acquired its first companion clinic in 1987 – but industry consolidation is expected to rapidly increase over the next five years, reaching 25% of total hospitals (50% of total visits) owned by corporate or PE buyers.
ETS Keynote: The State of AI
Predictive workflows can help you take the guesswork out of purchase incentives. Watch the entire talk on The State of AI to learn how.
ETS Keynote: The State of Cloud
With $85 billion in #SaaS and $42 billion in US revenue, plus a 38% YoY growth rate, if you're not up to speed on The State of Cloud--maybe it's time you were.
Automating Receivables with KeyTotal AR® How Makino Addressed Its Cash Application Pain Points
Like many businesses, Makino wanted to increase efficiency in its accounts receivables process and accelerate cash flow. Following a comprehensive search of alternatives, the company found a solution that was a perfect fit with its needs: KeyBank’s Receivables Solution, KeyTotal AR,® powered by Billtrust Quantum.®
Industrial Sector Expects Moderated Growth, Muted Demand
Companies at KeyBanc Capital Markets’ annual Industrials & Basic Materials Conference presented a mixed tone about cycle demand and reiterated expectations for moderated organic growth amid an environment with muted demand.
Client Success Story: Lee Silsby Compounding Pharmacy, Energy-Efficiency Initiatives
Learn how we helped the owners of one of the largest and most respected compounding pharmacies in the country renovate it's current space with significant energy-efficiency upgrades.
Resident Experience Officers Ensure Smooth Transitions for Seniors
It has been said “that aging is a natural process, a journey we all must take – and it is the aging experience that makes the journey worthwhile.” This journey may include acute care, post-acute care services, and eventually senior independent living accommodations. The year 2030 is expected to be a unique demographic turning point in American history, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
From improvements in national security to the optimization of transportation routes and manufacturing processes, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have already begun revolutionizing many major industries worldwide – and healthcare is no exception. Healthcare has often been on the forefront of innovation and advancement, and many subsectors have already introduced artificial intelligence capabilities.
Middle Income Senior Care: A Market Too Big to Ignore
As is the case with many things in life, the choice of where seniors get their housing and services is driven heavily by their financial resources. For wealthier individuals, the senior care industry offers many attractive private pay options, including congregate housing with a wide range of service and care levels and professional care ported into a home – whether their own or that of a family member.
Investing in Sustainability, Energy Efficiency and Renewables: A Strategic Approach
Companies today have access to an expanding menu of innovative clean energy alternatives, and choosing the best options will depend upon the unique circumstances of each business.
ICSC RECon 2019: Retail Developers Cautiously Optimistic Amidst Shifting Economy
The retail real estate world is still optimistic yet concerns about a potential market correction are dampening the positivity retail owners and developers felt last year. However even with that threat looming, retail investors plan to keep the deals flowing in 2019 and 2020.