LiveOnHillsborough Apartment Communities Use Communiqué

 

WILMINGTON, NC- April 23, 2018- Communiqué is pleased to announce that it is now providing its state-of-the-art communication service to LiveOnHillsborough Apartmentsa student living community in Raleigh, NC spanning four different locations along NC State University’s historic Hillsborough Street. LiveOnHillsborough’s property management team can now send textsemails and push notifications directly to a resident’s smartphone via the Preiss Company Mobile App, a mobile application developed and supported by Communiqué.

 

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The Preiss Company, the management team behind LiveOnHillsborough, chose Communiqué to provide an improved, streamlined communication service to its nationwide portfolio of apartment communities. Through the Preiss Company Mobile App or the Communiqué desktop interface, LiveOnHillsborough staff members can send important messages to residents via textsemails or push notifications. This three-pronged approach to communication ensures each resident stays updated and informed with their community’s news and events.

 

The Preiss Company Mobile App, available on both iOS and Android devices, is one of several uniquely branded, mobile apps developed by Communiqué for property management companies nationwide. The smartphone app features a custom-designed interface, displaying LiveOnHillsborough‘s own branding logo and property image. Residents can view community messagesevents and news, as well as pay rent or request maintenance orders – directly from their mobile devices. The App is consistently maintained and supported by the Communiqué team.

 

Marty Hollingsworth, CEO of Communiqué, said he is happy to provide state-of-the-art communication services to the staff and students of LiveOnHillsborough’s Apartment Communities. “LiveOnHillsborough’s communities are in the perfect location for student residents living in Raleigh.” Hollingsworth said. “Our team is thrilled to offer the student residents better tools for communication with their community.”