The holidays bring new challenges to property managers - and with the needs of your residents changing, it’s important that your priorities do as well. The Winter season tends to experience a lower volume of new leases and turnover, creating the perfect time for your team to focus on resident retention and satisfaction. The holidays can be a great time to reconnect with your residents and truly dive into their needs, feedback, and expectations. There’s no better time to maintain and strengthen your relationship with you residents than now!
It’s that time of year again - the days are getting colder, the seasonal festivities are near, and there are presents galore being shipping to consumers across the country - in the form of packages. Lots and lots of packages. This year’s peak package season has arrived… be prepared with these tips and insight from the Notifii Team!
Technology is changing rapidly - and with the new rollouts from Amazon’s Alexa, Google Home, and all of the other companies using voice technology as a tool for automation, it’s safe to say that voice is the way that things are heading. When it comes to communication, writing, and note taking, verbal voice to text can help things be faster and more automated - allowing you more time for brainstorming, and less time spent typing.
Package Management is definitely on the mind of residential communities everywhere - properties across the country are experiencing a shift from a few packages a day to dozens, if not hundreds! The question is no longer if you need a solution, but when and which one?
Package tracking isn’t just a tool that people use when their package is lost anymore - millions of people across the country are actively tracking the exact location of their package every single day. For many, however, the tracking doesn’t end when the carrier is done - apartment complexes and dorms still face the issue of ensuring that packages are properly handled once they arrive on-site.
Most companies think branding is for giants like Apple and Google. After all, these tech monsters yield a combined $270 billion in value from their efforts. All the result of a well-coordinated branding effort that includes frequently focused messaging and a consistent visual presence at every touch point.