Thanks to a new partnership between Canadian industry-leaders Snaile Lockers and UB Media, multi-residential property managers can now catch people’s attention when they pick up their parcels.
The partnership gives Snaile clients the option to add a digital interactive screen to their smart locker system, eliminating the need for bulletin boards and paper flyers that can easily go astray.
“We provide internal communications for residents,” explains Michael Minicucci, President & CEO, UB Media. “In addition to providing content such as news, sports and weather, our screens allow property managers to keep everybody informed about what is going on in the building.”
The ability to update information remotely, in real time.
Founded in 2008, UB Media is one of Canada’s most powerful indoor advertising networks. UB’s captivating, innovative, and hyper-targeted place-based media solutions reach millions of consumers monthly through its Residential, Restobar, Cinema and Campus networks in major Canadian markets.
In residential settings, the UB Media communication platform enables building managers, administrators and authorized board members to deliver daily and weekly notices as well as real-time content to condo owners and rental tenants.
The technology is user-friendly, making it easy for users to navigate and update their digital noticeboards. Posts can be pre-scheduled, and most importantly, authorized users can log in remotely from their phone or any computer, allowing property managers to keep residents informed about unexpected issues even after working hours.
Mail rooms provide a captive audience
Multi-unit residential mail rooms are an ideal location for building managers to digitally-engage with residents and visitors, Minicucci says. “There is a lot of dwell time within mail rooms, and that time increases when there’s a personal delivery,” he notes. “The integration of our digital screens with Snaile smart lockers allows building managers to share information with residents in a captive environment while they are picking up their parcels.”