Raine & Horne Commercial Retail Services Expands Relationship with MRI Software Using MRI SaaS

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The Australian commercial real estate company is amplifying their property management tactics through the award-winning MRI SaaS environment.

The MRI solution is extremely accessible to business of all sizes, including Raine & Horne Commercial. - Bruce Kinley, Director, Retail Property Management

Raine & Horne Commercial Retail Services, the shopping centre specialist within the iconic full-service commercial real estate firm based in Australia, has strengthened their partnership with MRI Software using MRI Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to access their solutions online. Increased operational efficiencies and greater data accessibility are just two of the reasons for their multi-year commitment with the MRI SaaS platform.

“Raine & Horne Commercial is always looking for new ways to maintain our competitive edge. We are excited to utilize a product that is configurable to our business’ size and individual needs; the MRI solution is extremely accessible to business of all sizes, including Raine & Horne Commercial,” explained Bruce Kinley, Director, Retail Property Management . “By improving our property management processes, we’ll be able to provide better services to our retail tenants, which are important aspects of Raine & Horne Commercial’s commitment to quality service.”

The move to MRI SaaS will increase Raine & Horne Commercial’s accessibility efficiency, making all data and software available to users 24/7 from any location through an Internet connection. By using MRI SaaS, all the business critical data that Raine & Horne Commercial relies on for daily operations will be backed up to MRI’s newest data centre in Singapore. This will facilitate operational efficiencies by removing the amount of downtime a system may experience through on-site maintenance and updates, while increasing means to which associates can access solutions and data. Additionally, the MRI SaaS environment is highly redundant and secure, providing Raine & Horne Commercial with the speed, reliability, and stability they need.

“We are very excited to have Raine & Horne Commercial moving to our MRI SaaS offering, especially since they will be utilizing our newest state-of-the-art data center in Singapore,” explained David Post, CEO. “We’ve been increasing our efforts in this region and we are very enthusiastic to have such an established client appreciate the latest software offerings and physical upgrades we are putting in place for them.”

For more information about MRI Software-as-a-Service, please visit: http://www.mrisoftware.com/solutions-mri-saas.

About MRI Software
MRI offers business management software solutions to the global property management and investment industries. As a leading provider of real estate enterprise software applications and hosted solutions, MRI serves the international multifamily and commercial property industries, helping them improve their bottom line and maximize their returns on their diverse business portfolios. MRI leverages more than 40 years in business to develop long-term successful relationships with its clients. For more information, please visit http://www.mrisoftware.com.

About Raine & Horne Commercial
Raine & Horne Commercial Retail Services specialise in shopping centre management, consulting, sales and leasing.Founding directors Colin Henry (of Raine & Horne Commercial Penrith), Bruce Kinley (of Kinleys Retail Property and former department store manager), Gary Quig (with 25 years’ experience at AMP Capital Investors and GIO Asset Management) and Robin Brenchley (a leading Retail Leasing Executive since 2000)bring a wealth of industry expertise. Raine & Horne Commercial Retail Services manages 16 shopping centres and our dedicated team of retail shopping centre specialists are committed to providing our owners and retailers with the best possible support in leasing, management and marketing. For more information visit http://www.rhcretail.com.au

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