AIM congratulates our 2014 [M]TEC Best New Multifamily Start-Up Competition winner Remotely.
Through preliminary judging at MTEC and the final round on stage at the 2014 Apartment Internet Marketing Conference, Remotely — a mobile app offering a full suite of home automation including environmental controls, keyless entry, and smart device communication for renters — was deemed by the judges as offering the most compelling and unique value proposition to multifamily.
Leonardo 24/7, a web-based application for managing operations, maintenance, and training received the 2014 [M]TEC Best New Multifamily Start-Up Competition runner up award.
“All of the companies that presented at MTEC and the finalists that moved on to compete at the AIM conference had incredible ideas for multifamily,” noted Carie Powell, CEO of Aeris Properties and a judge throughout the two-day competition. “It was extremely difficult to narrow our selection down to just one company, as in the judge’s mind all of our contestants showed up with winning presentations.”
Companies participating in the 2014 [M]TEC Best New Multifamily Start-Up Competition included:
August Presenter: Jason Johnson, CEO
GoToMyApartment.com Presenter: Joshua Swanson, CEO
Happy Inspector Presenter: Jindou Lee, CEO
InRentive Presenter: Melissa K. Moline, Founder
Leonardo 24/7 Presenter: Daniel Cunningham, Founder
Parcel Pending Presenter: Lori Torres, CEO
Property Connect Presenter: Tim Manson, Founder & CEO
Pynwheel Presenter: Jennifer Cox Cyphers, Founder & CEO
Remotely Presenter: Dan Daugherty, CEO Rentbits.com
[M]TEC would also like to thank our 2014 judges, including:
Mike Britti, Senior Vice President Acquisitions & Alliances, RealPage
Josh McDonald, Director of Marketing, Holland Residential
Carie Powell, Owner, Aeris Properties
Eric Silverman, Founder & Managing Partner, Eastham Capital
Dirk Wakeham, Managing Director, Westlake Ventures