Student Accommodation Management Software
A simplified student accommodation process
Our student accommodation management software is designed to provide your teams with one streamlined system to help efficiently and successfully manage the student journey; from the initial application to departure, and everything in-between. Give them the best experience they could imagine so you achieve excellent student satisfaction.
As the leading providers of student accommodation software, we truly understand the challenges your teams are facing, and we are here to help you defeat them, so you can reach your full potential.
How can our student accommodation management software help you?
Improve each step of the student journey
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Give your students the ultimate pre-arrival experience with a fully branded website where they can watch welcome videos, get orientation information, complete all their inductions online prior to arriving at the university, book a preferred arrival slot, download their digital handbook and much more.
Make room inspection more reliable with our solution that allows you to complete room audits and upload photographic evidence via an android device. The software then pushes all of the information recorded to your central student records system once complete; saving your staff time and increasing efficiency.
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