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Saturday, December 03, 2022

Opinion: Digitize to anticipate situations

Although the 2018 National Population and Housing Census conducted by the DEN showed that the home remains the most preferred residential unit in the country, at the time of measurement, 61% of the total number of households focused on what is certain is living apartments in Colombia. There is a trend in the U.S. that is already over 32%, and it has been particularly well received in cities such as Bogotá, Medellin and Cali, to mention a few cases.

To this fact, is added the famous “historic” path in terms of marketing of new housing that the nation has registered since the start of the pandemic, in which, as calculated by the Ministry of Housing, along with information from the real estate gallery, About 227,600 new homes sold in 2021, and in 2020, 177,000; Which is equivalent to two consecutive record years.

Taking this framework into account, which is worth saying, constitutes a highly positive panorama for the country’s reactivation and economic dynamism—as, around the construction industry, approximately 1.2 million jobs are generated and 36 productive sub-sectors are affected. Fiabci-, a new challenge in terms of coexistence is also beginning to take shape and the environmental impact of hundreds of thousands of families living in co-owned or horizontal properties year after year.

For this reason, well HIPL-Platform designed to facilitate the administration of horizontal assets digitally – a study was developed to establish how digitization can take place, specificallyReducing the consumption of stationery for recurring use and the cost of co-ownership managed by the traditional route.

In this sense, 16 of the 50 stationery items with the highest turnover in administration were analyzed, and for a period of one year, to see what variation in consumption and savings could be generated between a residential A simulation was done. A complex of 100 apartments that implements technology in administrative processes versus one that does not.

The results were not only reassuring, but they came in the short term: Digital governance of co-assets Stationery consumption will be reduced by up to 45 percent in the first yearAnd these savings can be sustainable over time, as the appropriation of electronic components is strengthened.

said that the shortfall would, consequently, translate into economic capacity; Which, given that the cost of the materials analyzed has increased by about 26% over the previous year, translates into a highly convenient savings for the simple fact that it is an expense that tends to disappear.

With this, and for the better ground that is described with an example, technological innovation will make it possible to tape the doors of the campus gymnasium from the waste of communications printed in ink on a ream of paper. Notify that teams are out of order, to say the least; For a practical notification on the cell phone, which can be sent to all residents of the premises the night before, in a big way and without any waste.

it’s just an example of how substantial digitization allows us to predict social situations That, without adequate planning, can generate massive environmental and economic impacts. For this reason, in times of high volatility like the present, it is essential to provide solutions through technology; It is important to live wisely.

*CEO & Founder of Hipal*

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