Rentec Direct’s User Idea Forum for Property Management Software Succeeds.


Rentec Direct’s User Idea Forum for Property Management Software Succeeds.

Rentec Direct, makers of industry leading property management software and tenant credit verification solutions, announces a fresh new option for their clients. Any Rentec customer can now directly influence the development priorities of the software. A new client support portal gives subscribers the tools to suggest new ideas, or vote on existing ones. The new idea platform provides Rentec very focused direction on what is the most important new feature to develop.

“This move demonstrates our dedication to our clients in that we really do develop based on what they need, rather than what we think they need,” says Nathan Miller, President of Rentec Direct. “We’ve learned we have the only property management software system that focuses so directly on client input.”


Rentec is no stranger to client focused development though as Rentec has been doing on-demand development since 2009, just via internal systems. Rentec has always had a policy of prioritizing development based on what their clients need; however, this new system really streamlines the process and allows a much greater amount of client feedback throughout the process. Also, with a voting system where each member has a finite quantity of votes, it guarantees a certain level of quality within the votes and eliminates vote fraud and mistakes.

Rentec has made this new system available to all existing clients effective immediately. To learn more about Rentec, or these new tools, visit

Rentec Direct provides cloud based rental software solutions for property managers and landlords. Other popular solutions offered by Rentec Direct include tenant ACH payment processing and tenant screening, and online syndication of vacancies to more than 20 popular websites.

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