RemoteLock Announces Integration with AppFolio
Integration Simplifies and Fully Automates Access Control During Unit Turnovers and for Service Work Orders
RemoteLock is excited to announce our latest integration with AppFolio is now live. Building on industry-leading experiences in proptech, the integration brings simplified, property-wide access control capabilities to the AppFolio platform to streamline operations and deliver time-saving automations for multifamily property managers.
Once set up, the integration works behind the scenes to completely automate managing access to common doors, elevators and unit doors when an apartment is being turned over to the next resident or when service work orders are needed. AppFolio users simply use the same interface to manage their resident move-in workflows and service work order processes while RemoteLock runs in the background to completely automate access control to every door needed.
Maximize Unit Turn Efficiency
AppFolio customers use the same reliable AppFolio interface to manage their properties while automating resident, staff and vendor access during the turnover process.
Access codes are randomly generated by the software and have set start and end times, eliminating the potential for human error and unintended access to a unit.
Easy Setup for Seamless Property Access
AppFolio users simply configure their doors through RemoteLock’s intuitive platform to eliminate manual entry for residents, staff and vendors.
RemoteLock’s integration with AppFolio is the latest offering in an ever-expanding suite of software integrations. Visit our Partners page to see all of RemoteLock’s integrations for the multifamily industry.
Director of Marketing
Kim Garcia is the director of marketing for RemoteLock. She draws her professional energy from seeing technology solutions brought to life that make the world a safer place to live, work and play. She has spent her career in the security industry for that very reason and has gained specific expertise in wireless security, access control and integrator perspectives.