This feature on portfolio company Reonomy discusses the company's "entity resolution API," which is designed to compare data from a variety of sources to resolve discrepancies and make more informed decisions.
While Cushman & Wakefield and Avison Young obviously benefit from this arrangement due to the vast amount of property data that they both control, WeWork is a little different. They don’t just need basic property data like comparable price per square foot or transaction history like a broker might. They build out their own spaces so they need deep insights about the best use of a space. Chief Growth Officer at WeWork, Dan Fano had this to say about his company was using the API: “Data is at the heart of how we conceptualize, analyze and develop our locations. From providing WeWork with leading industry intelligence to powering database efficiency, Reonomy’s enterprise products play an instrumental role in our data initiatives.”