Rent Manager’s extensive features allow any user to completely customize the format and function of their software. With a wide range of optional modules, mobile capabilities, web resources, and convenient hardware, Rent Manager is easily tailored to meet the unique needs of your company and the varied responsibilities of your employees.
The Rent Manager Web Application Programming Interface (API) offers a powerful and convenient web services solution for interacting with Rent Manager Online (RMO).
The API provides both “read” and “write” access to your database, enabling you to develop custom applications to collect live data from the software and write new data into your system. Access your RMO database to integrate external software solutions, develop custom applications, and completely customize your software experience.
Open Access provides comprehensive read-only views of your Rent Manager Online (RMO) database. These data views can then be used—via custom-designed applications and queries—to enhance your day-to-day operations and further improve the efficiency and performance of your business.
Open Access views provide a mirrored copy of your live RMO database, which can be used for internal or external consumption. Your developers—or our Professional Services team—can use these views to create applications and queries that extend functionality and enable you to customize information about tenants, vendors, and your operation.
We work one-on-one with our partners to set up the ability to read and write all data to and from Rent Manager, resulting in a seamless experience for our customers. Each of our integrated providers give you the freedom of choice necessary to decide how you want to use your software.
Customize Your Software
No company is the same, so no company should have to track and organize their information in the same way. We provide several ways to mold Rent Manager to your specific needs and individual users’ requirements. Customize anything—including your Dashboard Tile data, how your interface looks, and even the information displayed in your software—on a user-by-user basis.