UAE Award

By on Apr 12, 2019 in Global, News

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Yardi was recently named Property Software Company of the Year award. Hosted by Arabian Business, a weekly business magazine published in Dubai, the awards recognize the most accomplished companies and senior executives from around the region.

The awards ceremony took place at the Ritz Carlton, Dubai and celebrated top technology performers in the UAE. Drawn from a select group of over 600 companies and individuals, 21 awards were presented. Arabian Business covers all aspects of Middle East commerce and investment, as well as lifestyle and real estate news.

Last year, Yardi was recognized by Arabian Business as the UAE’s top real estate technology provider. This second consecutive year of recognition for software excellence demonstrates how the company is expanding its role in the region’s real estate business.

“Yardi has a proven track record across the Middle East for providing long-term, customer focused solutions that represent innovative use of technology across real estate sectors,” said Said Haider, Yardi’s Regional Director for Middle East, who accepted the award on the company’s behalf. “We are honoured to receive this recognition from Arabian Business.”

The company also recently announced that it is helping its clients participate in the DubaiNow platform, which provides digital access to multiple government services.

DubaiNow is the first unified Dubai government services app, and currently offers over 55 services from 24 government entities. The DubaiNow platform makes city services more seamless and efficient. Examples of tasks that can be accomplished via the app include utility bill pay, visa tracking, trade license renewal, car registration and much more.

Yardi worked closely with its Dubai-based clients in the development and testing of the new interface. For real estate and relocation, users can perform transactions associated with moving to a new residence using the DubaiNow app.

This includes searching for available units, appointment booking, online payments, digital signature via UAEPASS and receiving an Ejari certificate. Yardi also announced the development of an e-signature integration with UAEPASS which helps to digitalize transaction execution.

“We are excited to play a part in the DubaiNow initiative,” said Neal Gemassmer, vice president of international for Yardi. “Supporting local client needs is a priority for Yardi and we are eager to contribute to the continued digitalization of real estate management in the UAE.”

Learn more about Yardi’s proven technology solutions for real estate firms in the Middle East and worldwide.

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