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INVL Baltic Real Estate chose Granlund Manager as its building management partner

The Lithuanian real estate investment company, INVL Baltic Real Estate, adopted Granlund Manager to streamline its portfolio’s building management processes in Vilnius.

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Granlund Manager’s new customer in Lithuania, INVL Baltic Real Estate, is a real estate investment company that seeks to profit from investments in commercial real estate by ensuring the growth of leasing income. The company is listed on NASDAQ Baltic.  

INVL Baltic Real Estate adopted Granlund Manager to ease its building management processes. Granlund’s facility management software is used for instance in the Vilnius Gates Business Centre next to Vilnius’s main street, Gedimino Avenue.

INVL Baltic Real Estate owns two floors in the recently renovated business center that comprises more than 7 000 sq. m. of varied-use premises, which house modern offices along with foodservice companies and providers of other types of services.

"We are constantly communicating with tenants based in our managed buildings and aiming to quickly address their needs. We chose Granlund Manager's request management system based on its ability to administer client requests, and the implementation of this system was simple and took just about a month," said Vytautas Bakšinskas, Real estate manager at INVL Asset Management, managing the company INVL Baltic Real Estate.

Granlund Manager is a modern Computer Aided Facility Management system (CAFM) that is used in over 30 countries and by thousands of end-user organisations around the world. Granlund Manager is cloud-based software that comprises different modules that can be tailored to respond to the different needs and phases of your organisation. With Granlund Manager it is possible to save costs and energy, and take control over building asset data and any related activity.

MEPCO UAB is a representative of Granlund Manager in Lithuania. MEPCO’s contact information: Mindaugas Šimkus, +370 611 25264, mindaugas@mepco.lt

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