Technology in Condos: Apps, Automation and AI – Part One: Apps & Automation

March 27, 2024 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM - Virtual 2024-03-27 12:00 PM 2024-03-27 01:30 PM Technology in Condos: Apps, Automation and AI – Part One: Apps & Automation Virtual America/New_York

In this two-part series, we delve into the digital transformation of condominium management. Part 1 serves as a stark reminder that the condominium industry has transitioned, and boards and service providers need to catch up swiftly. This session immerses participants in a technical exploration of cutting-edge technologies, including payables/receivables systems, accounting portals and digital record-keeping solutions, and of course various forms of electronic communications and engagement. Furthermore, we hope to explore tools and resources for managers to facilitate the integration of new systems, emphasizing the acknowledgment of associated costs and the essential commitment to keep pace with industry advancements.

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Speakers

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Gerry Bourdeau, RCM
Condominium Manager, Condominium Management Group

Gerry Bourdeau, from Condominium Management Group (CMG), is an Ontario Licensed Condominium Manager (General License) and a Registered Condominium Manager (RCM) with ACMO. He is a graduate of the Algonquin College Law Clerk program, and he holds an MBA with a focus in data analytics from the University of Fredericton. Gerry is a proud member of CCI and believes strongly in continuing education in general. Gerry is also generally a nerd. 

 

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Michelle Compton 

Michelle Compton, RCM, is a notable leader at iCondo Property Management, renowned for integrating innovative technologies and fostering exceptional client relationships. With a Condominium Management Diploma from Mohawk College and an RCM designation from ACMO, Michelle's educational journey lays the foundation for her extensive industry knowledge and is complemented by her active involvement with CCI-EO. At iCondo, she has been pivotal in implementing, a state-of-the-art property management software, as well as an application for streamlined electronic payments. Additionally, Michelle has championed the establishment of client-focused online portals, enhancing communication and service delivery, to help the condominium industry evolve with the technological times.

Michelle's leadership extends beyond technology; her commitment to staff training and her open-door policy exemplify her dedication to building a collaborative and knowledgeable team. Her vision for iCondo's future is marked by a continuous pursuit of excellence, positioning the company as a trendsetter in the industry. Michelle's approach not only drives iCondo's success but also shapes the future of condominium management.

 

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Salim Dharssi

Salim Dharssi is the CEO and Founder of managemate, which is collaboration software that helps managers and boards plan and track their work. Using managemate, you can schedule projects and maintenance tasks, and save your work documents with them. You can tag vendors to the work, so you can find their work history and warranties later. Salim has a degree in computer engineering from the University of Waterloo and a law degree from Osgoode Hall law school. Before starting managemate, Salim practiced IP and technology law for 10 years. Salim's experience on his condominium board brought him into the industry. He continues to volunteer on his condominium board, as well as with CCI Toronto’s Education Committee.

 

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Marilyn Watters, President CCC 148 

Marilyn and her husband bought their condo at CCC #148 when it was first built in 1977 and have been the sole owners since.   She joined the Board of Directors in 2007 and have been a board member ever since.  She was very fortunate to have the opportunity of working with an extremely professional and dedicated Property Manager, Norean Harris, which greatly facilitated the smooth operation of this Corporation.

Marilyn retired from the Federal Government in 2006 after 30 years of service.  For the last 20 of those years she worked on Aboriginal issues, mainly the Implementation of Land Claims Agreements and the resolution of claims emanating from Indian Residential Schools.

 

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