With the introduction of our mobile-friendly resident site, Buildium is leading the way in making convenient epay the new way of doing business for our customers and their tenants
Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) September 04, 2014
Property management software company Buildium has released a new version of its software that features an industry-leading, fully responsive resident portal optimized to work on any mobile device.
The new portal enables tenants and community association members to make payments, including rent, late fees, and association fees, using their smartphones, tablets or any other connected device. This capability, in turn, helps property managers and associations collect a greater percentage of rent and other fees on time.
The new site also gives tenants a wide range of self-service capabilities. Residents can easily log and track the progress of maintenance requests, view previous payments and payment details, read announcements from property managers and association board members and join conversations in community association forums.
“Our customers, property managers and members of community association boards, have told us they want more self-service options for residents available via any channel so they can collect more rent and other fees on time,” said Buildium Director, Product, Alo Mukerji.
“We’ve created a clean, well-organized look and feel for our new resident site that encourages tenants to use epay with their favorite devices,” she added. “The site looks just as great on a smartphone or tablet as it does on a desktop system.”
“With the introduction of our mobile-friendly resident site, Buildium is leading the way in making convenient epay the new way of doing business for our customers and their tenants,” Mukerji said.
Buildium provides easy-to-use, affordable cloud property management software solutions to property managers and community associations. Founded in 2004, today more than 9,500 customers use Buildium’s online property management software to manage nearly three-quarters of a million units in 31 countries. For more information, visit buildium.com.