Managed App has inked a new tie-up that it claims will help make meeting mandatory safety and compliance requirements for rental properties a simpler task for property managers.
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The cloud-based property management software platform shared it has formed an integration partnership with residential safety and compliance services provider, Detector Inspector.
Under the partnership, Managed App’s property management software will be integrated with Detector Inspector’s compliance management software, which automates several manual and administrative tasks that are typically performed by property managers.
This includes updates to tenant and property details, property manager re-assignment, key number/location management, lost managements or archived properties, and lease agreement details updates.
Managed App clients are also set to benefit from push invoicing as a result of the alliance. The proptech has touted that Detector Inspector invoices will automatically be integrated into Managed App for simplified trust accounting and payments, thanks to the “deeper integration” developed between the two firms.
Ultimately, the integration aims to simplify mandatory safety and compliance obligations for property managers and streamline workflows, resulting in time savings for Managed App’s agency clients managing their rental portfolios.
Rohith George, head of operations at Managed App, said Detector Inspector’s “scale and commitment to technology and innovation” had been the major motivating factor for the partnership.
“We each share a commitment to reducing the administration of property management and by working closely together, we’re confident that our agency clients and their property managers will be delighted by the improvements our partnership unlocks,” he stated.
Jordan Kagan Gescheit, founder and co-CEO of Detector Inspector, highlighted the advantages that come with the partnership.
“The benefits to agencies of improved integration with our compliance management software are clear and we look forward to extending those benefits to Managed App clients across the country.”
The integration follows a number of major milestones for Managed App.
In 2022, the firm raised $5.3 million in its latest funding round in May and secured a three-year exclusive partnership with the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) in July. Additionally, Managed App formed an alliance with The Agency in September of the same year.
While the app boasted having approximately 58,000 users in 2022, the firm has indicated its plans to double its user base within the next 12 months.
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