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Information Management and Information Technology

BMA utilizes a variety of IM and IT systems to support the broad range of repositioning and reuse options key to its multi-disciplined analysis process. BMA can provide portfolio rationalizations, prioritization and tracking of institutional controls/compliance requirements for interim and long-term holds. BMA’s outcome analysis helps clients better manage the costs and risks of holding impacted properties with known environmental impacts and associated land-use restrictions.

BMA has developed a number of formulas and analytical frameworks that provide the backbone of its IM systems. These algorithms and analogs more quickly and reliably identify and options, which power BMA’s evaluative process beyond the simple divest/hold decision-making so ubiquitous in the marketplace. BMA’s unique capabilities deliver uniform and consistent “apples to apples” comparisons analysis across a portfolio of diverse properties.

Specific IT functions and systems of BMA include:

IPMS® (Integrated Property Management System), which gives us the ability to do portfolio rationalizations for any number and variety of properties.

Custom IT solutions, implemented to integrate specific objectives, concerns and property characteristics unique to a client or portfolio of properties.

Monitoring and tracking systems, used to ensure environmental compliance, institutional controls, land use restrictions and other requirements commonly associated with the interim or long-term hold of environmentally impacted properties, regardless of their stage of remediation.

The BOX™ (Brownfield Online Connexion), for data management, is a proprietary system to support protective divestment by confidentially showing key site information to qualified brownfield specialist purchasers in unique data room settings.

The ROX™ (Risk-Transfer Online Connexion), also for data management, is an ancillary system that supports transfer of risk for non-owned or formerly owned assets.