The General Services Administration has implemented an Appian-based web application built to help the agency manage federal property leases.
GSA Real Estate Exchange is based on Appian’s business process management platform and works to simplify the leasing process for government agencies, Appian said Tuesday.
According to the company, GSA will use the technology to monitor 92,000 properties occupied by more than 1 million federal workers.
Phil Klokis, chief information officer of GSA’s public buildings service, said G-REX is built to support data integration, mobility and social collaboration activities.
With G-REX, Appian says federal leasing professionals can access building data and images from Apple, BlackBerry and Android devices.
The Appian-based tool also includes features intended to help users compare real estate values and track procurement cycle times.