Transparency, trust and communication drivers behind Veco™ WebPortal

5th November 2015

The Veco™ WebPortal is a web tool which offers estate agent clients of leading proptech firm Eurolink a new level of transparency and communication of information with landlords, tenants, vendors and applicants alike.

The Veco™ WebPortal is available to all Eurolink clients as part of their Veco™ property software solution.

With the first release of the new portal landlords have the ability to request services at the click of a button, view and download tenancy statements and documents and sign tenancy documents electronically via DocuSign®, widely accepted by estate agents as a trusted industry standard.

For tenants the new portal allows access to view important tenancy details, report maintenance problems as well as being a place to set up direct debits for rent payments via secure online payment service GoCardless®.

Most importantly the service will be available to access anywhere, at any time and from any internet capable device.

The new portal has been developed in consultation with existing Veco™ property software users.

Key Benefits

Bridges the gap between the estate agent and their landlords, tenants, vendors and applicants to enable access to view and manage their own property transactions.
Enables accountability for actions, and enables service level measurement and opportunities for continuous process improvement.

The multi-device architecture of the Veco™ WebPortal supports a development roadmap that will allow integration with other Veco™ property software products.
Can be white labelled to the estate agents own branding.

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Eurolink Director Richard Murray said:

“The Veco™ WebPortal is a complimentary product, alongside Veco™ Mobile and Veco™ Automate, to our unrivalled Veco™ property software application. This new portal will strengthen relationships and trust between estate agents, their landlords, tenants, vendors and applicants by providing increased self-service functionality and transparency during key property transactions and reporting processes.”