A traditional package log binder might worked in the past when you get one or two packages a day. Now that you are getting dozens of packages a day, you need something better...
85% of the global population own a mobile phone, 97% send a text at least once a day and those who’ve received a text open it 98% of the time. With statistics like that, it’s obvious that texting is a preferred mode of communication.
With 88 percent of residents preferring to communicate via email and 90 percent of text messages being read within 3 minutes of delivery, property managers can no longer ignore the fact that these are now mainstream expectation on how a resident prefers to communicate.
In the past, software was something you buy. It literally came in a big box with installation guides, instructional manuals, and one or two CDs. Today, software is primarily cloud-based (no more CDs in a box) and sold as 'software-as-a-service'.
The answer is NO, not all packages have tracking numbers. But from a mailroom supervisor's perspective, you still need a way to track those packages.
A lot of apartment properties still manage resident packages the manual way, with a clipboard and pen. While that may have worked in the past, here are ten signs you need to upgrade to a better package management system.
Everyone loves a holiday….unless you’re eagerly waiting for a package delivery. Then the holiday just means your package won’t be delivered for another day or two. We’ve put together a list of holidays in the United States along with the delivery schedule for the three major shipping carriers.