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6 Elements to Understanding the ROI of Your Team

Posted by Mitchell Vinnitsky

There are many key factors to a well-performing business and high profitability, what you may not know is your team is one of those key factors. A highly engaged team can help to keep customers loyal and profitability up, which is one reason it’s important to keep a focus on your employee experience as well as your customers. Training, opportunity for growth, and regular feedback (both positive or negative) are key investments in your team, that when executed effectively build trust, create respect, and grow your bottom line.

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Topics: Property Management, Business Growth, Employee Satisfaction, Budgeting, Economics, Profitability

7 Common Accounting Errors for Property Managers

Posted by Jennifer McCready

Manual data entry of hundreds of numbers every day can make accountants and administrators more susceptible to errors. Data entry of invoices, bank details, account codes can be stressful, it’s very easy for numbers to become distorted especially when being inputted repeatedly. When mistakes are made in accounting the result can be inconsequential or cause a domino effect impacting the result of numbers and books.

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Topics: Productivity, Technology, Property Management, Accounting, Tips, Economics, Finances

5 Ways Accounting Automation Can Benefit Your Team

Posted by Mitchell Vinnitsky

Automation is sometimes a scary word, often associated with robots and dystopian future. There’s a common fear that automation and robots will take over jobs and displace people which is actually not what technology is on track to do. Less than 10% of jobs can actually be fully automated, however automation can be a great help to office workers when leveraged by companies to help improve their staff performance and overall reputation.

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Topics: Technology, Property Management, Accounting, Employee Satisfaction, Economics, Finances, Automation

Simple Strategies for Preventing ACH EFT Fraud

Posted by Jennifer McCready

Property management companies make tons of financial transactions every month from receivables to payables between customers and vendors. The ACH/EFT network is generally very secure, in the first quarter of 2020, ACH payments in the US increased over 7% but approximately less than 1% of transactions were returned as invalid, of that 1%, only a fraction is a result of fraudulent activity. The problem with ACH/EFT fraud is that the large value of payments and the potential breach of sensitive customer data which can hurt a company’s customer relationships as well as their public reputation.

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Topics: Property Management, Customer Service, Economics, Customer Satisfaction, Cybersecurity

Would Your Property Management Company Benefit from Mobile CRM?

Posted by Mitchell Vinnitsky

Mobile CRM (customer relationship management) technology is a platform that enables frontline staff to conveniently access CRM software and functionality from any internet-enabled mobile device from smartphones to tablets. The CRM market has experienced unprecedent growth globally, by 2023 Satista projects the CRM software market to grow $40.26 billion USD. Mobile CRM allows remote workers to interact with customer and prospect data to execute from marketing and sales to customer support.

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Topics: Blog, Technology, Property Management, Branding, Communication, Business Growth, Training, Economics, Customer Satisfaction, Community, Automation

3 Reasons Businesses Want Chief Data Officers

Posted by Mitchell Vinnitsky

 

A Chief Data Officer (CDO) is a relatively new C-Suite position that sometimes overlaps with responsibilities of a Chief Information Officer. Nearly 64% of leading corporations have hired a CDO since 2018. CDOs are growing in prominence and relevance in correlation with the growth and prominence of data in business. There is some variance in what businesses expect from their CDO, but the position indicates a shift in business stressing that data is an essential part of modern businesses and needs to be represented at the highest level.

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Topics: Property Management, Hiring, Economics, Organization, Finances, Reporting

1099-MISC Form: The Basics for Property Managers

Posted by Jessica Galeano

Anyone who is actively engaged in the business of leasing, renting, and managing real estate is required to provide 1099 forms. The most commonly used version of the 1099 form is the 1099-MISC.

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Topics: Property Management, Advice, Economics, Finances, Reporting

4 Tax Incentives Property Management Companies Need to Consider

Posted by Jennifer McCready

There are a variety of tax deductions or “write offs” available to your business. Your options vary depending on what region your business operates out of. According to Intuit Turbo Tax, a company can generally deduct the cost of any business expenses incurred that tax year that were necessary to be operational.

Potential opportunities for deductions include travel expenses, training, software, interest, and even insurance.

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Topics: Property Management, Advice, Economics, Finances, Reporting

Everything You Need to Know About Dirty Data

Posted by Jessica Galeano

It’s useful for businesses to review data insights and analytics by using reports to track patterns and trends. Data projections can be used to help when making important business decisions anticipating customer needs. When unreliable data, known as “dirty data,” ends up in the mix, your business insights can be compromised. Dirty data is inevitable. Studies show that executives believe around 33% of data is wrong. Even though it can’t be avoided, it should still be minimized. To safeguard your analytics against dirty data, you need understand a little more about it.

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Topics: Property Management, Tips, Economics, Organization, Finances, Reporting

4 Ways Property Managers Can Use Reports

Posted by Jennifer McCready

Reports are an important function that businesses can use at every level of the hierarchy – boards, executives, middle management, and even administration. When reports are run on a regular basis companies can tap into the multitude of data available to them. Reports can give organizations easy to interpret summaries that make it easy to identify patterns and evolving trends.

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Topics: Technology, Budgeting, Economics, Organization, Finances, Reporting

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