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.
Building facility managers can use advanced digital technology to harness the power of text messaging for resident communications. By keeping residents engaged and informed, you will be playing your part in keeping them safe and at ease during these tough times. We've compiled a few reasons why multifamily and student housing property managers are opting to send out emergency notifications via text.
Gone are the days when manual sorting and writing package notifications by hand were the only means of accessing mails. Today, thanks to technology, the process has been made effortless and quick using software package management systems like Notifii Track. Universities are quickly switching their mailrooms from the basement to more open parts of the campus, redoing their appearance completely.
Picture a situation where you need to communicate a change in rent collection schedule or an urgent fire drill. Do you text your tenants (perhaps 100 or more) or email them? On the one hand, you don't want to be too informal about it, but you also need to make sure that the information is received immediately. This is the classic text and email dilemma that we're going to resolve.
Managing student housing properties has always been involved and intensive. However, COVID-19 social distancing and isolation guidelines have made the job much harder. Property managers are expected to do more with much less. The only way to achieve that is by tapping into the power of advanced technology and student housing software to achieve better operational efficiency for your facility
Today, we're seeing different forms of package tracking systems implemented in various places. Every single one has a cost attached to it that is borne by building managers and business owners. The question is, which one will work best for you?