How Proptech Companies Promote Transparency and Deliver Digital Tenant Experience

A proptech startup empowers housing companies with a platform that will deliver transparent and digital tenant experience.    

FREMONT, CA: The Uber of repair and management, allowing landlords to deliver a more transparent, better, and digital tenant experience, Plentific has secured €29 million in Series B funding. Plentific helps in mitigating the overall operational costs across repaid and maintenance services with digitization. Plentific's platform connects landlords with a growing marketplace of independent and approved local traders. Plentific has been funded by the largest European proptech venture capital firm, AO Proptech and the international investment firm Target Global and existing investors, including Round Hill Ventures.  

The new investment is to enable Plentific to accelerate its growth plans and expand into a more extensive commercial real estate sector in Europe. Plentific is also planning to step foot into the US multi-family market in 2020. Plentific's dynamic procurement technology lets landlords give smaller trade businesses access to contracts that were previously open to only large national companies. This technology eventually boosts local communities and mitigates overall costs via a competitive and diversified supply. This, in turn, helps businesses to provide its clients with a complete and flexible supply chain solution, huge data advantages, and reduced complexity in transforming operational processes.  

Plentific is the leading property management platform with a dedicated marketplace. The company empowers landlords and property managers to deliver more efficient repairs and maintenance services. Plentific is a purpose-driven tech business, working with trade experts and their property partners to revolutionize their processes and the communities they serve. The company delivers the services through a simple, powerful management platform and a network of verified trade professionals.   


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