Kensington, N.H.—SyndicIT Services, a Hewlett-Packard , of Palo Alto, Calif., Silver Development Partner, announced a new comprehensive suite of technology solutions designed for owners and managers of multifamily properties. All new solutions will be showcased at the National Multihousing Council’s 2013 OPTECH Conference in Dallas, Texas, November 11-12.
SyndicIT’s technology solutions are designed to provide property owners, small or large, especially new and growing owners with fast and easily deployed IT solutions that come with on-demand technical support, cost less, and gain the competitive advantages of cloud services and cloud based applications while at the same time enhancing the apartment resident’s experience, ensuring that documents are securely stored and backed up, and meeting the requirements for regulatory compliance and records retention.
SyndicIT’s solutions deployed at leasing offices enable ‘one-touch’ full document OCR capture and route of over 1000 file types including photos and voice messages, into storage and or into automated document workflows. Fully encrypted secure processing and management of resident lease documentation, processing of invoices, management of HR documents, and even the provision of marketing materials needed to enhance and support resident service needs are available. Corporate departmental business process workflows and sharing of documents with third-party service providers such as auditors, collections and evictions agencies are all now digitally enabled.
SyndicIT offers it services using state-of-the-art cloud based content and workflow management systems developed by Hewlett-Packard called HP Flow CM. Property staff can now be seamlessly connected to an industrial-grade, cloud-based file sharing system that was built for enterprise-wide use, mobility and security. HP Flow CM, enables the secure, seamless transfer of documents and facilitates the adoption of digital workflow processes that improves overall business efficiency with 24/7 mobile information access and eliminates the cumbersome paper-based processes experienced at most multifamily properties today.