This article is about alert service for tenants. Tenant txt basically empowers apartment administrators to instantly communicate with the cluster of tenants.
‘Tenant Txt’ is a web service that has a niche but utility-focussed issue to address- establishing quick and effective communication between tenants and apartment managers/administrators. This service basically empowers apartment administrators to instantly communicate with the cluster of tenants they got to deal with, without any hassles.
Usually, the area managers/admins post a message/alert/notification on some Community Noticeboard(which is hardly noticed), but if there’s any emergency message to be communicated then such old ways of notifying community participants go lame and ineffective. Solution ? Use new ways of communication for addressing conventional tasks. That’s what ‘Tenant txt’ helps you with.
It offers three ways of notifying your tenants: via email, text messaging and Twitter. The moment you sign up for the service, it provides you with a simple interface to add emails and mobile numbers of your tenants.Further, you type a notification/alert message in the text editor and send it. As more and more folks are using Twitter for basic communication rather than sending emails, ‘Tenant txt’ also updates your Twitter status with the notification alert you send across.
They offer many packages, with the basic one starting from $25 a month so quite affordable as well but i reckon, the concept will only attract a niche and will find it tough in initial stages to setup a steady flow of income out of their service.
If worldwide collaboration and partnerships/tie-ups with local authorities keep happening on a regular basis, ‘Tenant txt’ may hit the bulls-eye in an year or two.
Not to forget that you can try out the service FREE of charges for 15 days (and can also try the demo). Go, try it out !