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Suite 4610, Box 407
Current responsibilities Chris Campbell joined JLL in 2016 and serves as an Assistant Vice President and Account Manager within JLL’s Technology Solutions service line. He maintains client relationships, ensuring their needs and expectations are met, coordinates JLL resources and is ultimately responsible for the success all account projects.
As a corporate real estate (CRE) subject matter expert, he provides strategic insights to clients around operational processes, organization dynamics and technology requirements.
Specialties CRE systems strategy, IWMS, CAFM, capital project management, asset management systems
Years of experience Chris more than 16 years of experience in CRE and account management.
Experience Prior to JLL, Chris worked as an Account Manager for BRG, a workplace management firm aquired by JLL 2016.
Previous experience also includes managerial and leadership roles at PwC Consulting, Relogix, Horizant Inc., Tiree Systems and IBM Canada Ltd.
Key transactions Council of Ontario Universities: Subject Matter Expert for a Real Estate Space Management Software RFP onbehalf of 21 member universities; developed demonstration scripts and scoringmatrix, provided evaluation recommendations on software and implementation services– Program Manager for IWMS implementation; acted as strategic advisor forparticipating universities
Canadian Financial Group: Managed software evaluation process involving multiple IWMS vendors; gatheredfunctional requirements, prepared evaluation criteria, and demonstration scripts
U.S.-based Global CRE Service: Managed project focused on developing real estate reporting dashboards; conducted interviews of key stakeholders, documented requirements, and provided technology and implementation roadmap
Canadian Automotive Parts and Accessories Company: Managed initiative to identify cost savings opportunities across portfolio; documented current technology environment; proposed areas for efficiencies andconsolidation
Education Chris attended the University of Guelph, where he studied Biological Sciences