Software tailored for estate managers.

Imagine trying to prepare an eight-course meal by yourself, all day, every day.  You have several pots going at once, each at different stages of completion, each with different cooking instructions scribbled on notes scattered about the kitchen.  You have to remain hyper-aware of every detail; otherwise, you’ll be stirring one pot too long and realize too late that you’ve forgotten another.  If only you had a way to automate the process, or at least a protocol in place to streamline it. If you’re an estate manager, this scenario may have a ring of familiarity. Your “pots” include managing a multitude of daily activities (i.e. manage house staff, preparing invoices, and delivery schedules) and the budget; overseeing seasonal maintenance (i.e., winterizing the property) and renovations; and organizing social events from kids’ birthdays to charity balls. Then you have things…

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Role of technology in estate management.

As an estate manager, you are the hub of the household ‒ liaising among staff members and various vendors and service providers, and oftentimes between the principal and everyone else. You’re also a master juggler, going over the budget or ensuring the home is prepared for out-of-town guests one minute and coordinating the details of an upcoming event the next. To do this, you have a unique rhythm that to the outsider may look chaotic but is actually a system you’ve honed over time. Role of technology in estate management, in some form, is an indispensable part of that system, however, it’s likely a hodgepodge of various apps and platforms that you’ve culled together. Using a singular platform like EstateSpace allows you to take your game to the next level, not just in terms of managing tasks and schedules, but…

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Benefits Of Technology For Estate Management.

In the not-too-distant past, the ability to work remotely was for many a dream that wouldn’t be realized for years, if ever. For them, the overnight transition to WFH was the silver lining during the pandemic. Others – for example, those overseeing construction and other large projects – were already well-versed in the benefits and challenges of working with team members they don’t necessarily see every day. They know that ensuring forward movement and accountability means not only streamlining the process but making it clear and accessible to everyone involved – from the architect and the client to subcontractors and vendors. Digital tools have long been part of the equation – now, however, many are turning to technology for estate management like EstateSpace to manage both major milestones and minute details and create synergy for the team.    Workflows:…

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