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TCPinpoint chosen in first cohort of companies set to change Asia’s real estate sector

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ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA – 22 JANUARY 2020 – RealTechX, an innovation program that supports emerging technology businesses in the real estate sector, has just announced TCPinpoint as one of 12 applicants successfully invited to be a part of their 2020 inaugural growth program.

TCPinpoint Founder and CEO Rachel Kidwell said, “TCPinpoint has positioned itself such that the RealTechX program has come in at the right time for our business. With our focus on trust, collaboration and automation, we feel that we can help these businesses create immediate efficiencies going forward.”

A total of 182 applicants applied for the program from more than 22 countries. RealTechX supports late-stage growth businesses that have a successful track record of implementation and are positioned to have an immediate impact on the real estate sector. The program begins at the end of January 2020 for a period of five months, and will provide the 12 growth businesses market access to corporate partners and will participate in a structured program focussed on growth and global expansion. 

The corporate partners currently secured are: Dexus, ISPT, Lendlease, Australian Unity and PGIM Real Estate, along with support from Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation and Science. They are seeking to differentiate their portfolios through the use of technology and implement new innovations in their assets and businesses across the Australasia region. 

Jonathan Hannam, Managing Partner, Taronga Ventures, said the program has been designed to bridge the gap between corporate real estate owners and the emerging businesses that are now targeting the real estate sector.

“The global real estate and built environment sector is evolving rapidly and this was an incredibly challenging process as the caliber of applications was so high. With each of the twelve applicants we have identified companies that can be quickly implemented and deliver immediate returns,” Mr Hannam said.

About TCPinpoint
TCPinpoint is a web-based platform designed to help teams collaborate to create amazing spaces – the kind of spaces people want to spend time in. Born from founder Rachel’s experience retail construction coordination, it reflects our passion for building reliable tools to realise property developers’ vision. 

Adelaide Airport Redevelopment Brands Announced

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Architect’s impression of the new Penfold’s tenancy fitout

After many months of coordinating the first stage release of tenancies for the Adelaide Airport Terminal Expansion, the news is out!

Fantastic brands and experiences are coming to Adelaide Airport in 2020. The team at TCPinpoint are proud to be coordinating the delivery of these tenancies using our cloud based software springing new life to the gateway to South Australia.

Amongst the brands announced are Penfolds, Maggie Beer and Masterchef duo Callum Hann and Poh Ling Yeow, reported The Advertiser on 29 November 2019. Download the full article here.

“TCPinpoint have been applying their tenancy coordination software across the retail development and have seen positive uptake via the Tenants and their designers and shopfitters as they start to bring their tenancies to life”, reported Rachel Kidwell, CEO and Founder of TC Pinpoint and experienced retail tenancy delivery expert.

We are pleased to see and hear positive feedback from the industry, including this from Katherine Kemp, of Zwei Architects who are designing a number of tenancies coming in to the Airport on behalf of Delaware North:

TCPinpoint has enabled the team to communicate together across the build either as conversations or formal submissions. The software allows us to work to a common calendar and align on the delivery of the sites. It is simple to use and the support has been excellent.

Katherine Kemp, Zwei Architects

As the development transforms the gateway into South Australia across the coming months, we look forward to bringing you updates as the new look tenancies open for trade.

TCPinpoint Aid Security by Implementing SSO

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Adelaide-Based PropTech company TCPinpoint rolled out single sign-on (SSO) to its users in late March.  

SSO is becoming standard practice across the web, making password security safer and easier for everyone. With SSO, TCPinpoint will no longer store users’ passwords. In future, users will also be able to sign in with other accounts, such as Google, Microsoft Active Directory and Okta, making for a more streamlined login experience and easier account management. It also means TCPinpoint will be able to explore further integrations, helping to make TCPinpoint a more powerful platform for its users.

CTO Oli Young says that SSO is an important step towards greater data security for TCPinpoint. “Releasing this SSO is a big change, this is not something a company of our size would normally do, security is a big thing for this industry. SSO positions us as being secure and security focused” he said.

As a cloud-based tenancy delivery platform, TCPinpoint relies on Amazon’s Web Services (AWS) to provide its infrastructure and platform security. The ISO9001 standards compliant AWS is world renowned for its reliability and security.

“People want to trust us with really important data, the more security we can implement, the better” Oli said.

“We take security seriously, to provide users with the best possible services, it helps us and our clients, making it easier for them and mitigating risks associated with security” Oli said.

Media Contact:
Rachel Kidwell


Adelaide Airport Engages TCPinpoint for $165m Development Project

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Adelaide, South Australia, 12/11/2018Adelaide-Based startup tech company TCPinpoint have been engaged to work with the $165m Adelaide Airport Development, which is projected for completion in 2021.

TCPinpoint will provide tenancy delivery services using their cloud-based tenancy delivery platform, which was  born from CEO Rachel Kidwell’s desire to deliver tenancies more efficiently, and reduce risk associated with the process of tenancy delivery.

“We will utilise our software to enable the core project team to have one version of the truth in relation to the delivery status of retail tenancies”, Rachel says.

The $165 million expansion of the main terminal will significantly upgrade international arrivals and departures, and create more retail and dining options for both domestic and international travellers.

“We’re piloting this with the Adelaide Airport development as a potential to build a global product specifically targeted for airport development” Rachel said.

“By nature airports have a captive audience which makes them the perfect environment for retail,” she said.

Under the new development, the retail areas will be expanded and refurbished throughout the terminal, resulting in a more than 80 per cent increase in the overall size of the terminal’s retail and dining precinct.

“We’re excited to be working on one of Adelaide’s biggest property development projects over the next two years,” Rachel said.

Media Contact:
Rachel Kidwell

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