Whether you’re flying solo or leading a small team, running a business can sometimes get the better of you. Read through this week's Omnify Digest that brings to you ways you can automate your day-to-day tasks such as sending emails, how Home-Owners Associations use Omnify, and feature updates that will take your business to the next level!
Omnify's is here with a new feature Disable Clients from Accessing Services. With this feature now businesses will be able to block clients (inactive/who did policy violations, etc) from making bookings or accessing memberships. Read on to know more.
Email campaigns are way more important to your business than you can imagine. Creating a list, customizing each email, feeding in contact information, and scheduling all of that is such a drag! How about getting hands-on something that’s new, swift with ‘auto-pilot’ kind of delivery and that also resonates a humane touch? Read on to know more.
Ashburn Farm's private, quite and family-friendly location makes it an excellent place to settle down. Community amenities are extensive with features like 19 tot lots, 5 ponds stocked with fish (catch and release), and 28 miles of bike and exercise trails. Hear from Jeremy Cushman, General Manager at Ashburn Farm HOA, how they use Omnify to manage their multiple locations.
San Marco community, built in 1972, is located in the city of Walnut Creek, California. It harbours 212 units, 3 private community pools, and a shared green belt. Their other amenities include a fun clubhouse, 2 Har-Tru Tennis courts, pickle ball court, spa and much more. Hear from Jen Weiss, Account Manager at Homeowners Association Services, who talks about operating all these amenities at once using Omnify.
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