Eviivo, an end-to-end vacation rental platform, announced today launching its new mobile property management app, according to Short Term Rentalz.
The company says the new application, named “eviivo Mobile,” soft launched in December 2021 and offers tools that mirror the company’s property and management platform.
It says these features include the ability to manage and update reservations and booking rates, integration of all OTAs (online travel agencies) within the app, payment management, cleaning dashboard, daily rate adjustment and an overview of new bookings, arrivals, departures and in-house guests.
Eviivo says the application also provides push notifications, real-time views of property KPIs and analytics and a calendar view of rates with source channel icons and arrival view times.
“With eviivo Mobile, our partners can do all this while also check in with their guest bookings whenever they want, right at their fingertips. Even B&B owners, who remain on property, can tend to their garden or renovations without missing any notifications. Our app is designed to improve the well being of our partners, but most importantly, eliminate stress and upgrade their quality of life,” said eviivo CEO Michele Fitzpatrick.
The launch also coincided with a report by the company, conducted in April in partnership with SurveyMonkey, that found 84% of property managers want to monitor their businesses “anywhere.”
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The study also found that 91% of respondents think a mobile app is “extremely important” to run and manage their business, with 58% saying the ability to manage multiple properties in one app is the most useful feature. 23% also said that a reason for using a management app would be to improve communication with guests and staff.
“Convenience was our biggest factor in launching a mobile app, as was health. We don’t want our customers sitting behind a desk all day. As Covid cases go down, and travel begins to pick up, we want our partners to go explore, be outdoors, visit family and friends, and truly live life,” Fitzpatrick said.
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