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Property Solutions' Telemarketing Software Highlighted as Marketing Tool

November 30, 2010
By David Sims - Telemarketing Software Contributing Editor


Property Solutions was recentlyhighlighted on Staho.com, an online industry journal reporting on telemarketing and other industries, as an example of a company which “improved the old version of telemarketing software for property management companies by adding a new marketing tool.”




Lead Alert, as Stahlo.com explains, is “a marketing tool which has been designed to notify property managers when a new customer submits a lease or an online guest application. The telemarketing software has also been designed to notify the property managers when a resident submits a review for their property online.”

The telemarketing software can be downloaded by property management companies for free from the company’s website, and property managers can customize it to display only the alerts they want to see, Stahlo.com explains:

“The marketing tool is easy to install and to work with. When an application is submitted, a small pop-up appears from the manager’s task-bar. The pop-up shows the subject and the origin of the application and a link. For more details, property managers must click the link.”

Sounds pretty useful and straightforward. Property Solutions’ CEO Dave Bateman said the Lead Alert marketing tool can be used along with two of the company’s marketing portals, ILS Portal and ProspectPortal. Bateman also said the property managers can use the telemarketing software to receive pop-ups with the clients’ incoming phone calls.

This feature, Bateman said, “helps managers see the number and the advertising source which generated the lead before answering the call.”

Bateman added that lead management should be a major priority for most property management companies and that this kind of telemarketing software is a must-have in this industry as it helps property managers solve the leads really fast.


David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.

Edited by Juliana Kenny




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