In a recent webinar discussing how Entrata helps property management companies hire and retain employees, panelists Jason Larson, Chief Strategy Officer at IDM and Dan McLennan, Regional Sales Manager at LinkedIn, shared best practices in retaining employees and how you can better optimize technology to reach the millennial generation. They examined ways to recruit top employees and create opportunities for career growth in the property management industry, as well as how technology can help increase employee retention rates.
Entrata’s VP of HR, Brandon Fish, shared success stories from clients who have utilized Entrata’s software to both attract employees and retain them.
In case you missed it, there’s a recording of the full webinar here.
Each October the Department of Homeland Security launches a campaign to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity. With news of data breaches increasing in both frequency and scale, we think it’s a great time to look at a few of the essentials that should be in place to keep your residents’ data safe and secure.
Most millennials can hardly remember a time when they didn’t have the power of a supercomputer in the palms of their hands. Some members of Generation Z might not even know what a payphone looks like.
What members of these generations do know and remember is that technology, learning and culture make life greater. If they can get those things at work, that’s even better. Today, a growing number of employers are beginning to use technology, learning and culture as employment perks that help them hire and retain the best from these generations, according to the panelists on the How Entrata Can Help You Hire and Retain Employees session at the 2017 Entrata Summit in Park City, Utah.
Entrata’s fifth annual user Summit brought together more than 350 multifamily professionals at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, Utah. The event kicked off today with keynotes from CEO Dave Bateman and President Chase Harrington. They shared highlights of Entrata’s growth over the past year and plans for future development to a sold out audience.
For decades, homeowners have been reaping benefits from smart home technology. As many as 30% of Americans have already installed smart home technology, and studies show these early adopters are saving an average of $1000 a year and as much as 30 minutes each day. However, the smart home industry’s early focus on homeowners has kept renters in the blind spot of these innovations. In many cases, homeowners’ deeper pockets and stronger desire to invest in their homes have made them the ideal market for a nascent industry, but times are changing. continue
Our COO, Chase Harrington, will be a participant in two sessions at the National Apartment Association Education Conference in Atlanta on Thursday, June 22.
In an era of snaps, tweets, and podcasts, the humble blog may seem a bit archaic, but there’s still a lot of heavy lifting a blog can do for your online marketing efforts. If you’ve ever considered scrapping your blog, or if you *gasp* never created one, it’s time to educate yourself: continue
A safer internet is an initiative that we can all get behind. Webmasters who implement Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption on their pages help achieve this goal by ensuring more secure server connections. Since 2015 Google has been a cheerleader for SSL certificates, going so far as changing their indexing system last year to actively seek out HTTPS pages. In short, taking the steps to make your website safe not only protects the security of your data and the privacy of your users, it can actually give you a competitive advantage with search engine presence. continue
EntrataStudent is the “most loved” student software with over 44% of the largest student housing companies around the country utilizing it. With features such as roommate matching, bulk unit assignments, and move-in checklists, EntrataStudent is the industry’s first property management software built uniquely for the student housing market. Whether you’re on a volcano in Nicaragua or in the office, EntrataStudent is your go-to software built with students (and you!) in mind.
January 10, 2017 is the day Google said no to pop-ups (also known as interstitials or splash images). While the new change may seem like a hindrance to your current lead generation and marketing practices, it should be welcomed as pop-ups are already reducing the amount of visitors to your site and page duration by more than ten percent.
The new change is all a part of Google’s invigorated effort to improve the user experience on mobile devices. The good news is there is an alternative to improve your prospect experience, make Google happy and get the information you need from prospects. A win-win-win-win-win.