News Release: Revolutionising the UK property market with Re-Leased property management software
Re-Leased, a New Zealand cloud-based property management software company, is bringing its innovative and design-driven solution to the UK market. Launched through a strong partnership with Xero, one of the fastest growing Software as a Service (SaaS) companies that offers cloud-based accounting software, Re-Leased will be introduced at Xerocon London 2016 (9th – 10th February).
Re-Leased software aims to reduce the amount of time it takes to reconcile rent and expenses. It seamlessly integrates with Xero’s accounting software to provide a full cloud financial back-end, saving property managers up to three days per month in administration time.
Tom Wallace, founder and CEO of Re-Leased comments: “The property industry is undergoing rapid digital reinvention. Using desktop applications such as Microsoft Excel or paper documents to manage your property portfolio is no longer a time-efficient option, and as the number of properties grows, the influx of data and information can become a hindrance rather than a welcome business opportunity.
Tom Wallace, Re-Leased Founder and CEO
“We developed Re-Leased to be an intuitive, innovative, customer and data driven software that helps property managers to grow their business rather than spend time on tedious, time-consuming administration tasks. Being cloud-based, it allows for real-time information and data sharing, improving the transaction and management process. Our solution offers customers a new, truly mobile way of working, driving efficiency and scope for rapid growth.
“And since we partner with and are being backed up by the industry heavyweights, we can offer our customers a seal of approval, providing them with long-term security and the best quality offering.”
Apart from Xero, Re-Leased is working with CoreLogic, the largest property data and analytics company in the world, and is providing its property management software for a new data-driven property platform under the brand name ‘PropertyIQ’.
Re-Leased is applying the same strategy to the UK market, and is looking to form partnerships with the best in the industry. This approach has already attracted clients such as Engel & Völkers, Python Properties, and The Student Housing Company Ltd. Re-Leased has already appointed a London-based team that is focusing on marketing, sales and client support for the UK market.
To help property managers with the decision-making process when it comes to software, Re-Leased has also published a guide that provides an insight into items to consider, whether it’s integration with accounting software, availability of reminders such as overdue notices and tenancy renewals, and most importantly – making businesses more efficient in the cloud. The Buyer’s Guide to Property Management Software can be downloaded from http://get.re-leased.com/buyers-guide-uk/
To arrange for press meetings with Tom Wallace at Xerocon, please contact Jana Pavelkova at The Think Tank: email@example.com, +44 (0) 20 7821 2225.
Notes to Editors:
Re-Leased is a cloud-based property management software, part of the Xero add-on ecosystem. The company started to develop the software in 2011 and launched to the market at Xerocon Auckland, New Zealand in 2013. Re-Leased impressive rate of growth earned the property management company Xero’s Emerging Add-on Partner of the Year award.
The business has been steadily expanding, and in addition to Auckland-based office, the company has opened an office in Wellington, Hawke’s Bay, Melbourne and Sydney. The company strives to continuously improve and innovate through partnerships with the best in the industry and constant product development, catering to the market needs.
Re-Leased property management software is a comprehensive and user-friendly software system that guides commercial and residential property portfolios in a simple and efficient way. Integrated with Xero accounting software, they are both remote, web-based services (commonly known as software as a service or SaaS) – making them incredibly affordable and accessible.