You’ll work on high-impact projects and tackle interesting problems where you’ll be asked to think big and make a difference in how our clients do their jobs every day.
We’re working to create the cutting-edge in property management software. To make a true cross-platform Web 2.0 app, we utilize the latest in web programming frameworks as well as mobile frameworks for our mobile apps. We rely heavily on AJAX as well as JQuery to create a responsive and engaging interface that works great on any mobile platform.
We innovate by combining powerful new hardware—such as fast check scanning—with the mobility of tablets and smartphones to create a product that’s both enterprise class and versatile.
We innovate by creating new tools. When certain tools don’t exist that could benefit our customers, we make them! Whether it’s PDF signing and editing for a more powerful document management system or a new way of automating workflows (called Automatic Actions in the Property Matrix software), we’re always thinking outside-the-box even (and especially) when the problems are complex.
We innovate by building the right teams. We have a full design team dedicated to continuously improving the Property Matrix software interface so our developers can focus on development and business logic. When developers are freed from worrying about design in the front end, they can pay more attention to building a powerful back end. Designers can focus entirely on building the best user experience possible.
We innovate by being flexible. In fact, we pride ourselves on the flexibility of our product. By having a robust database design, we can consistently meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.
Innovation enables Property Matrix to deliver the most customizable enterprise-level property management software that companies need with the easy Web 2.0 user experience property managers love.
If you’re an innovator who thrives on turning big ideas into problem-solving software, check out our job openings and join the Property Matrix team.
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