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Posts by Jamie McDermott

Mitigating Risk; One System, One Source of Truth for Property Managers

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Mitigating Risk; One System, One Source of Truth for Property Managers

Jamie McDermott 27 August 2017

Traditionally, property managers manage the various aspects of their workflow on multiple, unconnected platforms; spreadsheets, handwritten files, online portals and post-it notes. Now that working practices are evolving and technology is improving, it has become clear that there are a series of problems with this method of property management.
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Trusted Property Advisors​ - The Future For Property Managers

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Trusted Property Advisors​ - The Future For Property Managers

Jamie McDermott 22 August 2017

By automating as many manual processes as possible, we here at Re-Leased are working to turn raise the bar of what Property Managers do. With the freedom, insight and flexibility that comes with the Re-Leased platform, Property Managers are able to spend less time on manual admin and more time using their expert knowledge to guide their clients towards stronger and more prosperous portfolios.
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The Importance of Property Management Software Engaging All Key Stakeholders

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The Importance of Property Management Software Engaging All Key Stakeholders

Jamie McDermott 18 August 2017

The Re-Leased platform has been built upon one very important philosophy; any service we provide must be accessible to and benefit all of a property’s key stakeholders. Traditional property management systems stop at the office door, only engaging the property managers themselves. As such, all other key stakeholders are are left unaffected by the many benefits of the platform.
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Platform Beats Product

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Platform Beats Product

Jamie McDermott 04 August 2017

Our CEO, Tom, recently wrote on LinkedIn about the idea that platform beats product. It is a concept that is becoming more and more popular throughout the entire property industry, but it is probably more relevant to the property management industry than any other.
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