January 10, 2018 – Costa Mesa, CA – For too long, property owners and managers have had to make do with “off the shelf” software packages that were not designed for the specific needs of homeowners’ associations. This is exactly the problem which Asyst6, from the Asyst Data Group, can address: A single all-in-one HOA management software package with everything an HOA needs to succeed.
Asyst6 was developed by property industry experts to include everything an HOA manager would need in their operations. Additionally, its modular design allows each Asyst6 build to be custom-crafted to meet the needs of its user. With Asyst6, there is no need to pay extra for features or modules which will never be used.
A user could potentially utilize:
- Work order tracking systems which make it simple for residents to input orders and take their status, while allowing managers to track the effectiveness of their contractors.
- Billing systems with robust e-payment options, as well as automated messaging and reminder systems to improve revenues.
- Best-in-class accounting systems, with features specifically designed for the needs of property managers, including property value tracking and trends predictions.
- Resident portals, allowing quick access to items such as the association bylaws, voting systems, and scheduling of shared amenities.
No other HOA software package offers so many features necessary for easy and streamlined property management. Asyst6 stands head-and-shoulders above the competition, making it the first choice for HOAs looking to invest in new software solutions.
About Asyst Data Group
Asyst Data Group was born out of a group of property management industry specialists who recognized the need for dedicated HOA management software. Taking their combined knowledge and consulting experience, they created Asyst6 – the leading HOA software product on the market. Its modular design, robust online feature set, and easy mobility have quickly made Asyst6 a market leader – relied upon by owners, property managers, and homeowners’ associations across North America.
For more information or free demonstrations, contact (949) 250-0110.Posted by Angie Jimenez Posted on 24 Jan