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William Sankey Northspyre Tech Nest Interview

AI and Automation Powering Real Estate Development, with William Sankey, CEO of Northspyre

Financial tracking and project delivery company, Northspyre just recently announced a $25 million Series B round of funding. This may sound like a lot of money (and let’s be real, it is), but in the multi-trillion dollar construction and development industry, this is just a drop in the bucket. CEO of Northspyre, William Sankey, comes on the show to share why he started Northspyre after working on iconic real estate in New York City. Sankey delves into the massive opportunity for improving project delivery, specific hurdles of the industry, and why AI and automation are key ingredients to bringing a better solution to market.

More About Northspyre and William Sankey

Northspyre is the only intelligence software on the market purpose-built by a real estate developer for real estate developers managing ground-up developments, fitouts and major renovations across asset classes (multifamily, office, retail, hospitality, mixed use, etc.).

Northspyre leverages automation, data analytics and artificial intelligence to address age-old challenges faced by real estate project delivery teams like difficult and unpredictable project outcomes due to reactive, gut-driven decision-making and bottlenecks from administrative burden. Instead, Northspyre empowers project leads with proactive insights, dynamic forecasts, and early warnings so that they can focus on making data-driven, strategic decisions.

William Sankey, Jr. is the Co-founder/CEO of Northspyre, a real estate technology startup bringing automation, data analytics and proactive intelligence to CRE project delivery. Formally educated at Yale University (architecture) and Harvard University (urban planning and real estate development), William has always had an interest in the way we build our cities, whether it was through design or transformational technologies.

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