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Megalytics Launches Tenant Monitoring Portal

CRE business intelligence platform Megalytics has launched MONITUM, a customizable tenant monitoring portal. It automatically and continuously scans, classifies and filters data on tenants ranging from small space users to anchors.

“Our building owner and asset manager clients seek to be proactive and keenly aware of key issues and events that could materially impact the value of their assets, such as a tenant’s bankruptcy announcement or a significant executive change in the c-suite,” said Donna Salvatore, CEO of Chicago-based Megalytics. “A portal like MONITUM allows users to have access to information that can help them better manage risks.”

Subscribers to MONITUM can establish a series of filters to receive alerts on myriad issues impacting public and private companies and tenants of all sizes, according to Megalytics. The general categories that can be monitored include typical benchmark ratings; financial changes; legal and corporate governance matters; and a variety of other significant company or corporate events.

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