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2017 HW Tech100 Winner: FotoNotes

Provides mobile and cloud field service management software system

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Property management and field service organizations use FotoNotes for work order management, appraisals, inspections, repair and maintenance, renovation and rehab.

The company provides a unique mobile-first approach to the management of real estate field service operations.

Its SaaS solution transforms the way companies operate by providing them new levels of communication, visibility, and efficiency to improve the service they provide their customers and opportunities to scale their business.

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