Product Development: The original senior partner and system developer Glenn Greatwood, is the company Managing Director and he still heads up the development team. This gives Key-Data Systems a unique advantage over our competitors ensuring product consistency and reliably where many other property management software providers now sub-contract product development to third-parties.
Independence: The old adage 'Do not employ a poacher as your game-keeper' is as true today as it always has been. The fact that Key-Data Systems remain 100% independent is growing in importance every year. We do not work under any franchise agencies (although we do have clients that are part of franchises that prefer to use our system over the nominated franchise letting & management product), we work with, but are not controlled by, all property advertising portals. We are not owned by or controlled by any holding company or large insurance company. Our clients' data remains secure and we do not pass on any information to third-parties without their knowledge. This gives our clients the assurance that we are at all times working 100% on their behalf to deliver a superior letting agent software system that meets both their immediate needs and their future requirements.
Power, Flexibility & Reliability: Key-Data Gold is fully online: Not just the database and web-browser based front-end, but all aspects of your business and related documents. This means that every aspect of your business is accessible from anywhere in real time. Additionally all this information is automatically backed up as you use the system with no additional costs. All documentation generated by the system is fully customisable, all legal documentation is backed-up by the lettings legislation specialists 'Training for Professionals': http://www.tfponline.co.uk/.
Your Strength Through Our Independence: Can the company that currently supplies your property management system say all this? If not then why not contact Key-Data Systems today to find out what you are missing out on?