As a developer of more than 160 properties across the country, Fusion allows us to quickly synthesize data and drill down into the details as needed. I had to get a second monitor strictly for Fusion. Yes, it’s that vital.
With Fusion, we can analyze what makes a property perform well or not, even across nine different property management companies. As an owner, having that at your fingertips is priceless. From the single property to the helicopter view, we could not do it without Fusion.
Fusionsw’ LIHTC expertise and unwavering focus on building a performance based system to manage data effectively was integral to Wentwood’s decision to select Fusion. Fusion’s thoughtful design and robust functionality allow asset managers to proactively analyze portfolios and efficiently report to investors. There is really nothing like it in the market today.
The most important part of any business is its human capital, and there is simply no way we could adequately take care of our 160 properties without Fusion unless we doubled our staff. Fusion pays for itself many times over.
The Cure for Information Silos? Fusion.
Every organization we meet with, from large investors to small developer-owners, describe the same exact problem: how to eliminate the information silos that are trapping, and losing, valuable institutional knowledge amassed over decades?
Fusion breaks down silos by aggregating and standardizing your data and making it accessible to everyone through intuitive screens, reports, and dashboards.
In 2012, with 84 properties, 4,403 units, Denise and her two-person team, were drowning in portfolio data from disparate sources. She needed a portfolio management solution that would streamline data input and analysis to get clarity and control over the portfolio.
When you’re thriving and expanding, it can suddenly feel like the systems that once served you so well don’t seem to cut it anymore. For Cardinal Capital, that experience happened in 2012 when the firm was managing 4,500 units across four states. Cardinal was on track to double the portfolio size.
Like so many asset management firms, Wentwood was using numerous Excel spreadsheets to manage their portfolios. As a small firm, this process worked well when asset management, analysis and data collection were handled for tens of properties. However, as Wentwood’s portfolios…