Mobile Doorman, the multifamily industry’s leading white-label app solution for residents and property managers, announced today that Larry Bellack will be joining the team as President in January of 2018.
"Mobile Doorman, the multifamily industry’s leading white-label app solution for residents and property managers, announced today the release of Version 3.0 of its popular apartment community management app."
"Mobile Doorman is the concierge your apartment building doesn't have; it's the 24-hour receptionist you notify when your faucet breaks; and it's the idea that your apartment life can be managed like your social media. It's all just one swipe away."
"Chicago-based Mobile Doorman, which makes white-label apps for apartment and condominium buildings, is rolling out beacon integration that it thinks will help residents live smarter and property owners manage better."
"Apartment dwellers can do a lot of things on mobile apps: pay bills, order food, summon a ride, find parking, a dog walker or a date. Dick Kiphart and some other investors think they might want to be able to pay their rent or let the landlord know that a sink needs fixing, too."
Mobile Doorman is included in a weekly round-up of funding deals raised by Chicago-area tech companies.
"Mobile Doorman, a Chicago-based app that provides a number of tools to apartment and condo tenants to make building communication easier, announced Thursday that it has inked a deal with Waterton Associates LLC to get its platform in more Chicago properties."
Q&A with Mobile Doorman cofounder Bob Matteson
"The proliferation of amenities in student housing is well documented. New developments are delivering incredible physical and technological features that make working professionals jealous. The best amenity, however, may be a piece of technology student residents already have: their smartphones."
"The co-founders of the app are Lincoln Park residents who have been friends since they were 5 years old. While their company is in the early stages, Matteson and Gilbert hope that hundreds of buildings across the country, and possibly the globe, are using their app a year from now."