Purdy Enterprise partners with FotoNotes for HUD field services contracts

Technology solution includes accessible mobile apps

Property services firm Purdy Enterprise has selected FotoNotes, a mobile and cloud field service management platform, as its technology solution for managing property inspections, maintenance work orders and other field service activities.

Purdy Enterprise, which offers a range of field services, maintenance, property management and investor services, was recently awarded two field service management contracts from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In a press release, Purdy says it selected FotoNotes, a 2016 and 2017 HW Tech100 winner, as its technology solution based on FotoNotes’ reputation in the industry, accessible Android and iOS mobile apps, comprehensive back-office work flow management features and full integration with Yardi’s HUD P260 system.  

“We selected FotoNotes because the product is highly configurable and constantly improving, provides a cutting edge mobile experience, has a highly robust and reliable cloud and web based backend, is API friendly, and is significantly helpful to our field subcontractors,” said Mitch Davidson, Purdy’s chief operating officer.

FotoNotes’ solution provides companies full visibility and control of HUD FSM inspections, work orders, and field service operations. The company also provides solutions for other uses, such as estimating, construction, renovations and turns.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Purdy Enterprise,” said Kamal Shah, FotoNotes’ CEO and founder. “They are established leaders in property services and true innovators in the use of leading technology tools to operate their business more effectively.”

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