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eUnify Portals Go Mobile

Posted by Sarah Sukta on Jun 20, 2018 4:54:28 PM

You’ve been asking and it’s finally here! The eUnify Portals for homeowners and residents is now available as a mobile app in the Google Play and Apple App stores. The mobile version of the portal provides a clean, concise interface that’s intuitive and easy to use. Homeowners can view their personal account information and community information in the new mobile app. Go to your app store and look for “CommunityLink” by eUnify, the beta version of our portal app. The portal app already supports easy access to information, but a more immersive experience is in the works.

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Topics: Mobile App, portals

eUnify, All That and a Bag of Chips!*

Posted by Chris Kelsey on May 16, 2018 2:55:26 PM

If you asked us in the past, “what is eUnify?”, we always responded, “Everything but Accounting”. We even trademarked that tagline. This past week at the Community Associations Institute Annual Conference and Exposition, we kicked off marketing of our full-featured accounting platform. I guess we need to update our tagline to “Everything (period).”, “Everything AND Accounting”, or maybe “All that and a bag of chips!” (chips not included). As much as we love phrases from the 90’s, and chips, we settled on, “Complete Management Software”, hoping the message is simple and clear: eUnify is the complete software package for all of your HOA management needs. What is eUnify? Answering in a bit more detail, eUnify is….

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Topics: uManage, eUnify, Accounting Integration, hoa accounting, portals

TOP 10 Portal Features in 2018

Posted by Sarah Sukta on Mar 7, 2018 8:10:00 AM

Associations need an online presence.  New laws in some states even require online posting of content, such as governing documents.  Portals exceed these basic needs with secure user access and customized content.  eUnify Portals give homeowners access to personal account and association info. Whether you want to find a babysitter, sell a lawnmower, get a recommendation on an electrician, or find the date and time of the next board meeting, Portals become the cornerstone for community communication and social interaction.
Here are the TOP 10 features you will want in your HOA Portal:

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Topics: Software, Property Management, resident portals, Community, portals

Onboarding the Board

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Jan 17, 2018 2:45:52 PM

You might be thinking, “New Year, new me” in 2018. If part of what’s new for your in the New Year is election to your HOA Board, or a new career in HOA management, there will be a learning curve related to all the new tasks in your new position. Whether you’re a new board member or property manager, your concerns will be focused on efficiency, communication, transparency, and understanding the metrics that paint the picture of how the association is doing. Board members need to be in the know to fulfill their duties, and rely on managers to present all relevant information for their decision-making. The eUnify Board Portal is a valuable tool in addressing all of these areas of focus in the following ways:

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Topics: HOA Board, portals

Portal up, It's the Law

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Aug 23, 2017 10:31:37 AM

Maintaining an association website and/or portal is extremely useful in making community documents, events, and other information available to homeowners while saving managers and boards valuable time.This convenience is no longer an option for condominium associations with more than 150 units in Florida, where the state legislature has recently passed a bill to require websites for associations. The new laws even detail potential criminal penalties for noncompliance.

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Topics: resident portals, eUnify, portals, law

Community Culture

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Mar 22, 2017 11:23:54 AM

We spoke of HOAs as a microcosm of government in a previous post, and indeed, HOAs occupy the most local of spheres of secular governance in our lives. While the focus of the earlier post regarding HOA governance was to draw parallels in function to higher levels of government, including democratic processes and inherent checks and balances, the focus of this article is how we as individuals can shape the culture of our communities through thoughtful contribution and engagement. The following sections offer ways in which we can engage our communities and some reasons why we should.

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Topics: Community, portals