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Alosant Launches Branded Apps for Eight Large-Scale, Fast-Growing Communities in Past Six Months

 

 

BOZEMAN, Mont., Mar. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Real estate technology company Alosant has launched new native branded apps for eight communities, along with a mountain ski resort, in just the past six months, digitally connecting developers, residents, prospective home buyers, local businesses, and more. Alosant now powers apps for more than 50 of the country’s most innovative and fastest growing communities, reaching 150,000+ residents.

Founded in 2017, Alosant has emerged as a national leader in PropTech by creating a digital hub that serves an integral part of community residents’ daily lives, connecting them with the place they live. Through their native branded app, residents stay informed and get involved using the one device they cannot live without: their smartphone. The Alosant ResX™ operating system (aOS) starts with a branded native app, which is designed and configured to best suit each community’s unique needs.

Through the app, residents browse calendars and RSVP for events, book spaces, reserve amenity passes, share information with neighbors, communicate with local businesses, and access recreational information. Through its behavioral personalization technology, the app tailors each user’s home-feed content based on usage, preferences, interests, and profile type.

 The Alosant platform is scalable so key functions such as payment processing and access control can be added, creating an even more robust experience. For example, the recently launched Alosant ResX Marketplace feature enables real estate developers, home builders and businesses to create a dedicated page within the app, connecting them with residents and prospective home buyers.

April LaMon, CEO and Co-founder of Alosant attributes company growth, in part, to an influx of home buyers from the urban core to suburban, amenity-rich communities. In addition, the COVID pandemic enhanced the need for developers, businesses, community leaders and lifestyle teams to stay digitally connected with residents.

 

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