Veco aids Lone Workers
Veco has introduced a new feature, a ‘Help’ message for lone working agents when they are in a situation such as a viewing and are facing potential serious issues. The new feature, which is integrated into the Veco™ mobile app “Connect”, has been introduced to improve the safety of lone workers. Veco has included […]
VECO™ AWARDED BEST IN CATEGORY IN THE 2021 ESTAS AWARDS
Veco™ awarded the Best in Category, CRM Software in the ESTAS Awards for 2021 in October. The TV property expert, Phil Spencer told the 1,100-strong audience: “You’ve had to work incredibly hard, you’ve had to adapt your businesses, you’ve had to absorb considerable costs to follow the protocols and to enable things to happen safely. […]
What is the future of Voice Search?
The voice search revolution is dramatically altering how consumers engage with businesses and is going to transform the work of property professionals, as profoundly as email, online advertising and digital document management has already done. People constantly use their phones to look for locations around them at any given time and voice search is becoming […]
The Power of Collaboration
There have been few topics as divisive as Vaccines, but in 2021 it became more than just a talking point, it became the turning point in allowing life to start getting back to some form of normality. Overnight, brands such as AstraZeneca, BioNTech, Moderna and Pfizer became as familiar as car brands. Whatever your opinion […]
How Important is Data Quality?
One of the things that is difficult to manage in any modern business is data quality, but it is particularly important in estate agency businesses. At Veco by Eurolink, we’ve never really been big fans of mandatory fields, but we do offer mandatory fields as an option within our software. In some cases mandatory fields […]
Flexible Working is “rightly here to stay” The high streets have re-opened, the restaurants and bars have been dealing with the pent up demand and usual summer trade; and the kids will soon be returning to school. For all intents and purposes you could be mistaken for thinking that the pandemic will soon be a […]
Avoiding The Pain Of Void Periods
Property management gets a bad rap sometimes as being full off of administrative tasks that can often be fairly low-value and repetitive, but none the less vitally important and cannot be avoided. One of the grey areas of property management has always been void periods. Landlords hate them and would rather that they didn’t exist […]
Should the let-only landlord be put on the endangered species list?
The days of the let only landlord may be numbered, if industry pundits are to be believed. Citing an increase in cases of compliance clamp downs and vicarious liability claims being brought against lettings agents there is a push towards making the let only service a thing of the past. Despite the value of let-only […]
Diversification of the High Street and what it means for Residential Lettings
Boots have joined other high street names such as Lloyds Bank and John Lewis as companies diversifying into the residential property market. This seems to be an interesting trend amongst these retail giants, not least because these companies will be best placed to lead the debate on what happens to vast swathes of commercial property […]
The Future Of Search Has Found Its Voice
It is hard to believe that it is ten years since Apple unveiled its digital assistant ‘Siri’ in October of 2011. Since then the virtual digital assistance space has evolved and become more sophisticated. There is hardly an essential household electronic ‘smart’ device that does not integrate this sort of functionality. Whether your personal favourite […]