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Bitrix24 Solutions – Real Estate Industry

Bitrix24 is used in numerous industries including manufacturing, financial services, retail, travel & hospitality, information technology, logistics and non-profit organisations. The ability to simply and quickly implement Bitrix24’s extensive features makes this platform an obvious choice for many applications. For those applications which require more specialised solutions, Bitrix24 can be customised to deliver the ideal solution for almost any industry.

  • Real Estate

This couldn’t more true for the property industry, whether it is for residential or commercial properties that are bought & sold or rented. Bitrix24 is ideal as a communication and collaboration platform for any size real estate agency. Shared calendars ensure all agents are up to date where show houses are concerned, while client emails sent from the webmail are recorded on the client’s timeline. Key documents can be publicly or privately stored online and linked to the specific deal. Bitrix24’s project and task management is also perfect for managing processes, ensuring each process step is tracked and assigned to the responsible person. The CRM module assists with managing client contact details and relationships, as well as managing marketing campaigns and providing SMS updates to clients.

The Bitrix24 Cloud plans cater for any size real estate agency and the extensive global Partner network ensures it can be quickly and effectively implemented. Over and above the available Partner assistance, the extensive online support and resources ensure using Bitrix24 is successful and sustainable.

Visit the Bitrix24 page to find out more or Contact Us if you have any queries.

Making Better Choices

Everyday choices have to be made. They may be simply choices like which coffee blend you’ll start your day with to bigger choices like which property to purchase or which new product to roll out to market. There will probably be several alternatives available to choose from when making the decision. Most often the alternatives will be compared and a choice will be made. Is this a best approach to selecting the best alternative? Not really. Why?

  • Alternative Selection 2

The list of alternatives is usually based on what existing suppliers can offer or sell, which are the cheapest alternatives and which alternatives the few people who are involved in the choice have used before. Choosing an alternative this way is simply picking the ‘best of the bunch’ rather than picking the best for what’s required.

Making choices like this often means that the final choice is less than optimal with inadequate features or characteristics to meet the need and is poor value-for-money since it often includes unnecessary/unused features or characteristics in the purchase cost.

To avoid this problem it is essential that the list of required features or characteristics must be known BEFORE any alternatives are considered. That way the selection of alternatives is more focused, the alternatives can be compared to ‘the standard of what is needed’ rather than whatever is on the table, and lastly it is more likely the final choice will best satisfy the needs or requirements.