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Gnomen property software integrates with Property Inspection App - InventoryBase

Gnomen property management software announces its new partnership with Property inventory and inspection reporting App, InventoryBase. Gnomen offers this via their 'add- ons' that Gnomen customers can purchase via their marketplace.

Gnomen, the cloud based property software and website design solution took the initiative to integrate with InventoryBase using their API (Application Program Interface) and build InventoryBase into its existing system, offered to hundreds of estate agents to use if they wish.

This is one of Gnomen's slickest integrations so far. Not only is there a smooth synchronisation of inspections, inventories, properties, tenancies and users between the two systems... It's also possible to schedule one off, or recurring appointments from Gnomen that is instantly fed to InventoryBase. Property managers or inventory clerks can then conduct the inventories/inspections via the InventoryBase mobile app, and generate the reports which will then be available to download in Gnomen, or visible to the landlord.

InventoryBase's managing director Steve Rad said: "We're thrilled Gnomen has been confident enough to really take advantage of what we have on offer. Our comprehensive API is available for customers to really make InventoryBase work for them and Gnomen's demonstrated this perfectly without any assistance from us."

Gnomen managing director Hassan N Hassan also commented: "Our customers of property managers, letting and estate agents want their business to run seamlessly and Gnomen ensures that every service it offers works together to make that happen. Our cloud-based system ensures customers only have one place to manage everything and integrating InventoryBase into what we already offer only strengthened the service we can provide customers."

InventoryBase is designed to make creating, scheduling and comparing property inventory and inspection reports in the field as fast and streamlined as possible. A complete end-to-end solution, the software allows the user to create detailed inventories, check ins, check outs, inspections and risk assessments including photos, numbered and referenced to make it clear for readers. It also provides a booking system for clients, assigns visits to team members and is fully customisable to slot right into an individual or companies existing workflow.

Gnomen are excited by offering InventoryBase within its property management software, as this makes the inventory/inspection process even more powerful and streamlined.

More info regarding InventoryBase can be found at; www.inventorybase.com

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The Gnomen Team

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