Qube is Unveiled | 16 September 2004
QUBE, the future direction of property management software.
Specialist software is becoming a necessity for companies with major property assets to manage. This is in order that they can undertake day-to-day trading activities efficiently within professional and regulatory standards. Indeed, to provide a first class service to boards, shareholders, clients and tenants alike, property management software is an essential tool.
With 26 years specialising in supporting the major names in property, Estate Computer Systems (ECS) is unveiling QUBE, the future direction of its property management software.
The vision behind QUBE is the provision of software functionality as a result of specific client needs. This has two outcomes, clients get exactly what they want and prospective clients can choose a software solution rich in standard tools.
Client needs are often based on the organisation’s activities. Activities which may include the following, managing agent, block management, property investment, property ownership and property occupation. QUBE allows clients to choose solutions to match the trading needs of their individual activities. In addition to the standard product functionality of QUBE, ECS provides its usual high levels of support, training and consultancy to fit individual business models. There is the additional benefit of knowing that with ECS software it will be a pedigree system from a pedigree company.
The name of QUBE not only echoes the cube logos that have reminded the property industry of ECS over the past 3 decades, but also reflects the nature of this multi-dimensional software, for a multi-dimensional world.
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