One of the biggest coworking space companies, TechSpace, found it hard to find an appropriate package management solution for such a dynamic environment as theirs. TechSpace management stumbled upon Notifii Track and loved it for its simplicity and ease of use.
2020 saw a sharp rise in the number of people working from home. In the early months of 2020, around 3.4% of the American population worked from home. By 2021, experts estimate that nearly a quarter of the American workforce will continue to work from home. This trend exists not only because of coronavirus concerns. But because of the benefits that remote work offers to workers and employers alike.
Resident retention is a very real issue, and recent events have only made it worse. Residents may fail to renew for a variety of reasons. Some of them are obviously beyond your control, such as relocation for a job or to support their families. However, some resident turnover is caused by factors that you can control, or at least mitigate. Here is all you need to know about resident retention. Plus a guide to five reasons why residents may not decide to renew their lease, and what you might be able to do about each one.
Pre-COVID, professionals piled city centers to have everything they needed as close to them as possible. Shared offices and apartments offered versatile amenities for city dwellers. Mixed-use buildings and hostels were also on the rise. But the pandemic came and put everything to a halt. With the need for social distancing, everything took a sharp u-turn.
All in all, we still must build the economy, put food on the table, attend schools, and so on. Inspired by this need, we decided to source top-class tools to help keep social distancing in the office to minimize the pandemic's spread.
Notifii is excited to announce a refreshed look and feel to the Notifii desktop portal. This change comes equipped with new features including, intuitive navigation, a quick insights dashboard, and a customizable favorites menu. The system change will take place on Saturday, March 20, 2021.
Less than a year ago, every industry, almost every organization, was focused on adapting to the challenge of managing successive generations of new technology: more but also more expensive equipment. Of course, IT loomed large, here, with constant advances in mobile devices such as phones, laptops, notebooks; but, in fact, the revolution was in full gear in specialized equipment for hospitals, service companies, engineering outfits, and many others.
The only way for asset managers to maintain their operations and get ahead of the competition is by reinventing new ways to adapt their processes in line with the current situation. Learning institutions, businesses, and government agencies are turning to digitalization and technology tools like asset management software to help keep up with their IT inventory management.
Few businesses of any kind operate without equipment. For many organizations—hospitals, service companies, and communications firms, to name just a few—equipment is a chief investment essential to almost every employee's role. And with applications of IT and other technology now supporting productivity in every industry, more and more expensive equipment is in use everywhere.