- Property management
The Finnish 4H Organization is one of the biggest national non-profit organizations in Finland. 4H and the institutions working under them have offices and apartments all over Finland. Some of these units and properties are in 4H’s use, and the rest they rent out for other parties.
4H’s problem was the geographically scattered properties. They wanted a solution for managing their properties effortlessly and efficiently, and that’s why they chose Assetti.
Professional property asset management with Assetti
4H has been using Assetti now about 2,5 years. Earlier they didn’t have any software for handling their property information.
4H’s Director of Development, Juha Ruuska, uses Assetti on a weekly basis. They have imported all of their property data into Assetti. They can now, for example, update and monitor when different leases are ending, and check rent adjustments needs.
“Assetti was very easy to deploy. I got good instructions for the software: detailed instructions on how to, for example, import property data to the system and great support for that. The use of Assetti has started well. If there have been any challenges, Assetti has been really fast to help and their customer support has contacted us right away. Absolutely good user experience!”, Ruuska says.
Shareable and up-to-date information in a digital form
The biggest benefit of using Assetti has been up-to-date property data. The data in Assetti is always relevant and accessible to its users.
“Property data being up-to-date all the time and the ability to check the information immediately, have been the biggest benefits of using the application”, says Ruuska. He adds that the information is also shareable for CEO and COO so there’s no need to chase the one binder anymore. All information is in one place and available for all who needs the access.
“I think Assetti is well thought out. It’s also logical for a person who hasn’t used this kind of software before – it is very quick to absorb. In my opinion, it’s reasonably cost-effective.”