Ask any hiring manager what they’re hearing from candidates these days, and chances are they’ll tell you that job-seekers are far more likely to ask about working from home than ever before. If the shift to remote work during the pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that American workers can get the job done — in the office, at home, or sitting by the pool.

On the one hand, there is something really wonderful about ditching the morning commute to hang out with your golden retriever, but on the other hand, there is only so much you can accomplish virtually…


In many ways, 2020 was a challenging year. However, because of these challenges, 2020 was for many of us a catalyst for growth — personally, professionally, and as organizations. And no, we’re not just talking about learning how to bake sourdough bread. We’re talking about learning new things, acquiring new skills, and reimagining how we conduct day-to-day business transactions by using technology to adapt to the changing times.

At Dottid, we not only survived the challenges of a global pandemic, we thrived! …


It wasn’t that long ago when “growth” and “sustainability” were thought to be mutually exclusive — or that companies which implemented strategies to mitigate their carbon footprint did so at the expense of short- and long-term growth. Within the last decade, however, an increasing number of companies and industries have incorporated sustainability into their core business strategies. As the alarming consequences of climate change continue to grab headlines, many businesses are finding that their “green” initiatives are helping them reach new customers and enhance existing client relationships. Thus, by creating healthier workspaces, companies are likewise noting a marked improvement in…


That package on your doorstep? The one you’re watching on your doorbell camera until your Zoom meeting ends? It didn’t just fall off the back of a truck. It didn’t come from Seattle, either. There was a guy. And a gal. And come to think of it, there were more than a few other guys and gals along the way to deliver a smiling package to your door.

In the age of same-day delivery, it’s easy to forget that our meal kits, fashion fixes, office supplies, and odds and ends don’t suddenly materialize because of a few clicks on the…


It’s hard to believe, but it’s been a year since March Madness was canceled and our brackets were scrapped. A year since the schools were closed, and a year since American workers were sent home — many of whom had to pivot on a dime to convert their guest room, dining room or a corner of the kids’ playroom into a workspace. Organizations adopted new technologies and safety protocols to support productivity, and teams adapted to the changing workplace demands, from social distancing to video conferencing to new workflow solutions. …


In October, we launched Dottid Industrial: the first-ever asset and lease management workflow solution specific to industrial property owners. Dottid Industrial gives asset managers and their leasing teams the appropriate data and processes to keep up with today’s massive industrial demand. We’ve made it easier than ever for users to view industrial properties in the ways that make the most sense to them. Properties in an industrial park can be viewed all in one place with Dottid Projects.

With the growing industrial demand, we are excited to announce the newest feature for Dottid Industrial: Slate Visualization. This feature allows users…


In light of this year, Dottid wanted to spotlight Brokers that have gone above and beyond, despite the unprecedented events that have impacted our traditional work routines. So for the first annual Dottid Broker Awards, we are excited to feature Stephanie Gustafson from Paladin Partners as this year’s Newcomer of the Year and Travis Moore from Dogwood Commercial as our Top Producer. Meet our award winners below:

Newcomer of the Year: Stephanie Gustafson — Paladin Partners

Q: What are you most looking forward to in 2021?

SG: Hitting my goals. I set new goals each year and it is so…


Q: Introduce yourself and your role at Dottid.

SN: I am Senecca Miller, CTO for Dottid which means that I am responsible for the technical direction and all things technology related to the organization.

Q: Why a mobile app?

SN: We created a mobile app really to bring flexibility and power back to end-users. So much of our day-to-day and previously was built on relationships and networking and communication, and often the information that we needed was siloed back in the office or back at our work stations. …


Today, Dottid announces the first-ever asset and lease management workflow solution specific to industrial property owners: Dottid Industrial. With the rise of e-commerce, logistics, and distribution, industrial owners crave the same efficiency their tenants’ businesses are based on. Dottid Industrial will give asset managers and their leasing teams the appropriate data, visualizations, and processes to keep up with today’s massive industrial demand.

Not only is Dottid the first product built specifically for the needs of the Industrial asset class, but it was built during an Industrial “boom”.

In September of this year, the Dallas Morning News reported that:

“The industrial…


Dottid may be one of the few PropTech companies in DFW, but that doesn’t mean that PropTech isn’t on fire elsewhere. Technology is allowing long-established industries and markets to finally use new tools that will help improve their business by replacing inefficient methods with more streamlined, effective processes. Innovation has the potential to become the backbone of the entire commercial real estate industry, and we applaud pioneers in the space. Here are Dottid’s favorite PropTech companies that should be on your radar:

  1. Occupier

Occupier is a transaction and lease management software that helps bring commercial tenants and brokers together to…

Dottid

Time Kills Deals. Dottid Saves Them. Welcome to Dottid, the new workflow solution that drives commercial real estate leasing transactions.

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