Cloud offers many advantages over on-premises content management. It is simple. No hardware to buy. No software to install. No upfront fees. No need to resource IT staff. No worries about downtime, backups, or recovery. Just log into your browser and you are there. However, it is up to the company’s policy – if you have an IT department and all infrastructure in place, it might be reasonable to have an on-premises solution, as this usually provides richer functionality and technical capabilities than cloud systems.
You can have as many users as you want, as well as an unlimited number of companies, buildings, and lease units in the system.
There is no country where the Soft4RealEstate system cannot be used. It will work anywhere in the world.
We do not set any requirements for our clients. Only two things are important:
• Supported operating system (for a Windows Client):
o Windows 8.1 Professional or Enterprise (64-bit edition).
o Windows 8 Professional or Enterprise (64-bit edition).
o Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, or Enterprise (64-bit edition).
o Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard or Essentials (64-bit edition).
o Windows Server 2012 Standard or Essentials (64-bit edition).
o Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit edition).
• Supported browsers (for a Web Client):
o Internet Explorer 10.
o Google Chrome 36.0 for Windows.
o Mozilla Firefox 31.0 for Windows.
o Safari 7.1 on iOS (iPad).
o Safari 7.0 on OSX.
The latest versions of these browsers are also supported
The term “Web Client” means that an application runs in a browser like IE, Firefox, Safari or Chrome. The alternative to that is Windows Client, which means an application running within Windows (Windows 7, Windows 8 etc.) on your desktop or notebook.
Soft4RealEstate Web Client provides you with access to your data over a network, such as the Internet. From a web browser, you can view and modify data from a user-friendly interface that resembles Windows Client, where the starting point is a Role Center. Web Client does not replace Windows Client but complements it by enabling scenarios that are not possible with Windows Client – e.g. using the Soft4RealEstate on Mac. On the other hand, Windows Client provides you with more functionality and in some cases is more stable than Web Client.
Yes, if you are using Windows Client. Nope, if you are using Web Client.
It is best for managing shopping centers/malls, office, industrial and warehouse spaces as well as airports. These types of commercial management business usually need more complex business requirements than others. However, it can definitely satisfy the needs of other types of property managers, too.