Yesterday we hosted a webinar that focused on the new look of our CRM solution for commercial real estate. We also touched on the new options available for the mobile worker and the brokers. If you want to see it for yourself visit our YouTube channel by clicking here.
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Presenting the redesigned AscendixRE with a more modern interface. See our biggest update to the solution in years! If you missed this important webinar, click here to download the recording.
A long-standing feature of our commercial real estate CRM software is the ability to create stacking plans using your records within AscendixRE. The records include property, leasing, availabilities, contacts, companies and more. You could spend additional money for this type of feature, but there are a few reasons it doesn’t make sense. We are competitively priced against the upper echelon of CRM for CRE solutions. It doesn’t cost you more because we don’t have tiers, levels or add-ons.
On Wednesday, we reviewed the new Property Record layout in xRE. The next update we will review in AscendixRE CRE database is the ability to select the Line of Business (LOB) in which you want to work which makes the user experience more efficient. In the past, all record types and CRM features were served up no matter what your CRE focus or your role within the business. Now, we have segmented the LOB into Tenant Advisory, Agency Leasing, Investment Sales, Corporate Services, Marketing and Property Management. You can see the layout of this new feature below in the red box.
Join us on February 13th for a review of the revamped AscendixRE commercial CRM for MS Dynamics. Even the CRE industry networkers in the know haven’t seen the latest version and options we have released within the first weeks of the year. On top of the modernization of our web client, we have added new mobile options and an industry first – the Smart Client.
I stumbled across an awesome tool called Unroll Me that is going to help me check this “to do” off my list. I have an email box that has just become nothing but a spam dumping ground. You know, the one you give when you have to give an email address? The problem is that some people who don’t update their email addresses (naming no names…but my husband) so I occasionally miss something important. NOT ANYMORE!
One of the hardest parts of changing software of any kind is the learning curve and the training your staff must commit to in order to succeed. Although user-friendly software helps, you must also have proper support to increase user adoption and ensure success. At Ascendix, our Client Adoption staff is supporting both traditional and new training methods to create a community of users that will also help shape the future of the solution. We don’t just want to tell you how it works; we want to hear how you think it could work!
How important is having and utilizing an automated process flow for a commercial real estate professional? Here at Ascendix we have created and implemented Action Plans within our AscendixRE offering. First, we should start with explaining what an Action Plan is. An Action Plan is similar to a Microsoft Project tool that allows you to collect and schedule processes to be performed by one or more employee in order to complete an objective.
At the beginning of the year, Ascendix announced the release of their new iPad application. What makes this app different from the previous mobile accessible solutions is that this was created with the end-user in mind…CRE Brokers. We partnered with an industry leader in user-friendly applications to create a solution that is optimized for a touch-based interaction for a more intimate experience.
Wes Snow gives his take on the new Microsoft Surface tablet along with a comparison to the iPad. Want to see Part I? Click here or read Part II below. My first introduction to an Apple product was the iPhone 3. It didn’t take much to convince me to switch from my Blackberry to this new device with the touch screen and the evolving apps that were available.