CaPSCi

PropTech Adoption Solution

The “Barriers to PropTech Adoption” have been discussed for many years. Few have come to the table with solutions to challenges that still plague adoption or envision a unified ecosystem. 

Platforms and thought leaders need to focus on industry wide adoption.

Producing ‘measurable efficiencies’ in the business operations of buildings and securing property data value for investors

  • Identity Infrastructure
  • Data Ownership
    • Accessibility
    • Portability
    • Security
    • Storage
    • Oversight
  • Integrated Framework
    • Property Centric
    • Agnostic to:
    • Build Ecosystems
    • Asset Ownership
    • Service Providers
    • Tenants
    • Developers
    • Technologies
  • Technology Vision & Guidance
  • Industry Participation
  • Integration Framework
    • User Process Defined
  • Distributed Cost
  • Market Reach Price Models
    • Identity’s*
    • User Seats
    • On-Demand
    • Enhancements
    • Data R/W Rates
  • Seamless User Operation
  • Interactive User Interface

* Indicates investor commitment1

  • Identity Infrastructure
  • Data Ownership
  • Integrated Framework
  • Technology Vision & Guidance
  • Industry Participation
  • Integration Framework
  • Distributed Cost
  • Market Reach Price Models
  • Seamless User Operation
  • Interactive User Interface

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Construction Project
Supply Chain Infrastructures™

Construction Project Supply Chain Infrastructures™

As the name implies, the Construction Project Supply Chain Infrastructure was designed from a different perspective. We focused on the property asset to pioneer a technology solution that addressed the entire service provider ecosystem in build, operation and management of property.

In the world of property service providers, the building and grounds are the only constant surviving 50 to 60 years or more. All other service providers including building ownership are subject to change.

CaPSCi research and development teams embraced the entire property ecosystem in a search for viable solutions. An encrypted identity infrastructure emerged as the global leader. The identity approach not only fit build, it slid right into place for operations and management.

CaPSCi Objectives

Identity Infrastructure

Property operation (and home upkeep) is a fragmented business where physical assets are the only constant in an orbital universe of investors, owners, tenants and service providers.

Solving the PropTech problem began with creation of an infrastructure centered on the physical asset as a business entity constant.

An identity infrastructure was chosen for its flexibility to encompass business groups by industry, interface with anonymous users and platforms and seamless validation. We approached it from a multi-party hierarchy to improve security features, increase confidence and integrate recognition required in service provider ecosystems.

Architects believe the hierarchy of authority is paramount to PropTech solutions that address manpower issues through user efficiency. It also facilitates collaboration, guidance and governance in the exchange of confidential data based on the concerns of individuals and industry.

Overview

PropTech Identity Infrastructure
Property Identity Infrastructure Topology

An identity infrastructure was chosen for its flexibility to encompass business groups by industry, interface with anonymous users and platforms and seamless validation. We approached it from a multi-party hierarchy to improve security features, increase confidence and integrate recognition required in service provider ecosystems.

Architects believe the hierarchy of authority is paramount to PropTech solutions that address manpower issues through user efficiency. It also facilitates collaboration, guidance and governance in the exchange of confidential data based on the concerns of individuals and industry.

Data Ownership

Property data value debates rage from banking to technology but its difficult to find where property investors are included in the conversation.

The main discussion is big data valuations and profit opportunities for venture capital backed platforms. CaPSCi places data valuation and ownership conversations in the hands of Property Investors.

Place data valuation and ownership in the hands of Property Investors

Property Data Ownership Ecosystems
Property data value debates rage from banking to technology but its difficult to find where property investors are included in the conversation.

The main discussion is big data valuations and profit opportunities for venture capital backed platforms. CaPSCi places data valuation and ownership conversations in the hands of Property Investors.

CaPSCi places data valuation and ownership conversations in the hands of Property Investors

The important question today is who owns, accesses or uses stored property data [and how].

Ownership and administration of PropData access is one area of technology where Investors should take note and notice.

Data is a valuable asset and use of PropTech has unwittingly exposed vendor contacts to outsiders. Property Identity’s, Service Providers and Data should be considered proprietary assets equivalent to intellectual property.

Integrated Framework

In property’s fragmented business and service provider ecosystem, ‘buildings’ are the only constant.
Property: The Center of Operation and PropTech Solutions
Stakeholders identified integration and fragmented landscapes as major concerns. Understandably, property ecosystems span multiple industries, trades, building sectors and regulators.

To solve challenges in how service providers interact, we envisioned the property ecosystem as a fully integrated environment through the lens of its on-demand business operation and revenue cycles.

Challenges identified by PropTech stakeholders include integration and fragmented landscapes. Understandably, property ecosystems span multiple industries, trades, building sectors and regulators.

To solve challenges in how service providers interact, we envisioned the property ecosystem as a fully integrated environment through the lens of its on-demand business operation and revenue cycles.

Independent Identity Infrastructure as a Solution to PropTech Challenges
CaPSCi Architects created an identity infrastructure centered around the physical building. Our objective was to facilitate confidential exchange of data required to automate user processes.

A property centric approach allowed the character of service provider ecosystems to evolve around the business and life cycle of the property asset.

Vision & Guidance

Vision requires PropTech focus on what individual users do in relation to a group of users associated with the operating procedures of specific tasks.

The process flow automation illustrated in our Property Service Provider Ecosystem can only be adopted. Current solutions may convert existing features into multi-tasking functions on CaPSCi.

Two PropTech Viewpoints

Viewpoints and dialogue lack a couple of industries but we establish a foundation with BidForms and SLACi leading the automated PropTech discussion.

SLACi address’ investor and management technologies while BidForms explores automation in build environments.

RFQGuides is our use case for encrypted identity’s assigned to construction projects and building services. AEC professionals will issue/obtain project identity’s during design and bid stages of build.

Discussions include broad overviews of advanced PropTech requirements as an integrated ecosystem with examples of platform requirements, methods and techniques related to the automation of build, operation and management.

More on Automation for:
Property Investors / Management Firms
Contractors / Service Providers
How Automation Works

Cross Ecosystem Integration of Property Technology

Two PropTech Viewpoints

Viewpoints and dialogue lack a couple of industries but we establish a foundation with BidForms and SLACi leading the automated PropTech discussion.

SLACi address’ investor and management technologies while BidForms explores automation in build environments.

RFQGuides is our use case for encrypted identity’s assigned to construction projects and building services. AEC professionals will issue/obtain project identity’s during design and bid stages of build.

Discussions include broad overviews of advanced PropTech requirements as an integrated ecosystem with examples of platform requirements, methods and techniques related to the automation of build, operation and management.

More on Automation for:
Property Investors / Management
Contractors / Service Providers
How Automation Works

Cost & Price Models

There’s a one time nominal expense associated with encrypted identity’s.

The most expensive is Building Identity’s at $1,000. Notably, this solution represents an investment in property data and efficient building operation on a foundation adjustable to regulatory environments. Independent building identity infrastructures can easily adapt to regulatory requirements of sovereign powers. Also See SLACi for discussion on identity valuations.

Expect Service Provider Identity (SPI) for company’s to be priced between $500 and $1,000 – some may be less. The most expensive is listed at BidForms but identities include automation enhancements for AEC Professionals and Contractors valued at $2,500. Nonetheless, SPIs equally represent an investment in retaining ownership of contractor property data in the cloud – currently at discounted rates.

The least expensive are Branded Identity’s issued to projects and employees. Employers can expect a one time fee between $25 and $50 per employee with designer and contractor rates for identifying construction projects at $5 to $10. Branded Identity’s represent the employer and organization that issue them.

RFQGuides offers a use case and solutions with per seat, on-demand price models. User seats average $25 per construction project under an on-demand price model.

Enhancement products employing artificial intelligence start at $1,250. These cloud apps replace professional services where pricing models start at $7,500 per construction project. Both create identifiable value and professional deliverables.

 

User Rates

Property technology platforms are charging from $100 to $850 or more for annual user subscriptions. Worst, some technology solutions offer no value and require more manpower compared to manually performing the tasks. In both cases, added expense affects all sides of the property ecosystem.

Property technology must offer value in and outside its own ecosystem. Industry wide adoption demands affordability – the smallest company’s make markets in property representing a standard for pricing larger firms with equal user value.

Technology adoption requires market penetrating price strategies supported by measurable improvements to standard operating procedures and manpower efficiency. Measured manpower improvements set a standard for future value based rates.

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CaPSCi Architecture

Silently Authenticate – Eliminate Repetition – Automate Processes – Strategic Data Exchange – Confidential Computing Environment.

CaPSCi is a decentralized platform integrating encrypted data sources across diverse platforms. Technology consolidates key data metrics from multiple sources into common data environments accessible to users and platforms. Strategically placed data is consumed by end-point applications to update users on the progress of tasks as they relate to different ecosystems, service providers, tenants and contractors.

End-point service provider applications maintain real-time reporting of performance data.