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No Letting Go Breaks New Ground with the Launch of New Inventory Tablet Technology

Tags:
  • ARLA,
  • Inventory Services,
  • Kaptur,
  • Property Inventory Management Software,
  • tablet technology

No Letting Go will launch its new tablet technology Kaptur, at this month’s ARLA Conference and Exhibition; the first inventory management services provider to have developed its own tablet software.

Nick Lyons No Letting Go’s CEO said, ‘Developing our own system ensures that the technology is the perfect fit for our clients’ business needs now and in the future. It was the next logical step after developing our user-friendly online Property Inventory Management Software (PIMS). Designed to give complete control over the inventory management process in real-time, I believe it is yet another differentiator that sets No Letting Go apart from other suppliers of inventory management services and is in keeping with our ‘leaders in the field’ philosophy.”

It is easy, simple and does exactly what it is supposed to do but, most importantly, it is integrated into No Letting Go’s PIMS platform. Voice files, photographs, text, disclaimers, signatures are all fully integrated to make life easier. No Letting Go is also making the software available to Agents who want to carry out their own inventories in-house with a white labelling option.

Combining services improves efficiency and adds great value for Landlords; Kaptur has features that enable other reporting services to be included, such as No Letting Go’s recently launched Legionella Risk Assessment Reporting.

Kaptur will be on show at the ARLA Conference & Exhibition. FInd out more about Kaptur and No Letting Go’s other services by visiting Stand 15 on Tuesday 31 March at the Hilton London Metropole, Edgware Road, London W2 1 JU.

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