Is your property software in perfect harmony?
24 August 2016 1428 Views
Harmony – it’s not always a word that springs to mind when thinking about the world of work.
But if you think a little bit deeper, then it soon becomes clear that harmony – in many aspects – is required to run a successful business.
You need a harmonious team spirit, harmony in your surroundings and harmony in your working structure.
A cohesive approach to business is more likely to work towards building togetherness and productivity.
When it comes to estate and letting agency software, being in perfect harmony is all-important.
Manage your team
Managing your team on a day-to-day basis remains one of the most important aspects of running a successful estate or letting agency.
These days, it's also important to make sure that you can monitor your team online. Does your software allow you to see what everyone is up to, what calls they have made and so on?
On the subject of your team, it's vital that they are comfortable using your firm's property software as it's something they'll be doing every single day.
Does your current provider offer free training and free demos? It's important that you partner with a supplier that allows you to get the most out of your software.
Social media marketing
Not every agency has time to individually manage all their social media accounts.
That's why it can be extremely beneficial if your software allows you to share integrated media messaging with your target audience across multiple platforms.
And don’t forget the cloud…
At a time when fewer agents are working in offices and consumers want a 24/7 service, it’s essential that you and your staff can access your systems any time, any place.
With this in mind, it’s more than worth your while to partner with a software provider that offers a cloud-based system.
Here at Gnomen we provide all of the above and plenty more.
If you're looking for a software provider to help you stay ahead of your competition, you can get in touch with us and book a free demo here.
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