Partnering with SKBM Smart Technology to Foster Multifamily Proptech Adoption

A strategic partnership between SKBM Smart Technology and PropTech IQ has been announced in order to simplify the process of implementing property technologies in the multifamily sector. By combining the data-driven insights of PropTech IQ with the implementation expertise of SKBM Smart Technology, decision-makers can evaluate and integrate a variety of solutions with the help of a single integrator. This collaboration is geared towards streamlining proptech adoption and empowering multifamily properties to enhance their operational efficiency and profitability with confidence.

SKBM Smart Tech’s Co-Founder, Scott Keen, expressed excitement about the collaboration, noting that it will provide customers with reassurance that their solutions are both innovative and beneficial in terms of operational efficiency and profitability. Meanwhile, PropTech IQ’s Founder and CEO, Taylor Wiederkehr, also expressed enthusiasm for the partnership, highlighting its value transparency to the multifamily industry.

The partnership between SKBM Smart Technology and PropTech IQ will be showcased at NAA Apartmentalize 24 event in Philadelphia from June 19-21, 2024. Attendees are encouraged to visit booth 277 to learn more about the impact of solutions offered by SKBM Smart Tech on their unique communities, with the opportunity to receive an on-site Impact Analysis Report generated by PropTech IQ.

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