Canadian company Pattison Onestop has partnered with Concierge Plus to provide communication capabilities and engagement experiences with the release of their property management platform, to be used in conjunction with Pattison Onestop’s digital networks.
Concierge Plus said that its web and mobile-based platform are designed to improve the experiences for residents, tenants and property managers by increasing efficiencies, improving customer service, and automating administrative processes.
Concierge Plus manages operational activities, including keeping residents informed of package deliveries, resident notifications, amenity bookings, visitors and parking, and maintenance requests in a digital way. Concierge Plus includes a full set of customizable features that tailor themselves to each building’s operational needs, the company said.
“We are excited to partner with Pattison Onestop to further help residential and commercial buildings provide an excellent experience to their residents and tenants. In today’s modern world, everyone expects to be able to do things online from wherever they are, and we’re proud to be the industry gold standard helping our customers meet those expectations,” said Peter Pietrzkiewicz, founder and CEO at Concierge Plus.
Pattison Onestop will leverage Concierge Plus’ platform on their Digital Residential and Office Network screens across Canada. Pattison Onestop’s dynamic display delivers local, national and international news, weather, traffic updates and building information that keep building communities informed and engaged during the dwell times that are common with high-rise properties, the Canadian company said.
“On behalf of Pattison Onestop, we are thrilled about our partnership with Concierge Plus and the opportunity to complement our digital residential and office networks with Concierge Plus’ innovative platform. Solidifying our market position through technological advances, both companies are focused on providing superior services for property managers and their communities,” said Christina Ogrodnick, VP of commercial and residential development at Pattison Outdoor.
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