Select a location, assign the team, then organize, schedule & track their work in real time
Increase your team’s capacity to do more with less with an affordable cloud software that enhances collaboration and streamlines communication for all.
A Better Way to Manage
Say goodbye to juggling spreadsheets and fielding endless emails, texts & phone calls with automated workflows that keep all stakeholders informed and in action, 24/7.
Management Software That Works Almost as Hard as You
You’re busy. Very busy. Whether you manage properties, facilities, or the teams that repair and maintain them, odds are that you’re using inefficient spreadsheets or complex, expensive on-premise software to manage it all. Thankfully, there’s a better way. Common Areas builds affordable cloud-based software for organizing, scheduling, and tracking your teams and tasks online, so you know exactly what’s getting done at each location in real-time.
Getting Work Done is As Easy As 1,2,3
Snap a picture of an issue & drop a pin on the map to target its GPS location…
Create & assign a work order from your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer…
Manage the work & automatically share status updates with others.
Here Are Just a Few of the Benefits Common Areas Offers:
Manage Work Orders
Receive, create, assign, & reassign work orders from your smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer
Automatically share progress updates with your teams and clients with real-time notifications and alerts
Create and assign work orders based on its GPS location with integrated satellite maps
Instantly access real-time work order detail, documents and images anywhere, 24/7
See who’s working on what at each location, and get status updates from request to resolution
Cut Inspection Time
Take a picture of an issue, create a work order, and assign it directly from your device
Monitor projects in real time and address issues before they become problems
Each member of the project team sees only what is relevant to them
Loop In Anyone
Work with anyone for free, even if they’re not a member of Common Areas