Last week in Qobrix (November 13 – November 19)

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We have released quite a few changes last week.  But unlike some other weeks, these weren’t packed into many different versions.  It only two two releases:

We have also received some feedback on the Feature Management functionality, and this week we will be making it even easier to use.  There are also a few features in the pipelines, but it’s not quite clear yet if they will make it out this week or later.

As always, stay tuned for more changes and have a great week!

Last week in Qobrix (November 6 – November 12)

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For the last few weeks we’ve been working on a few things behind the scenes and promised to unveil them to you the first moment we could.  Well, the time has come!

Firstly, we have redesigned our company website.  Have a look at – it’s fresh, new, easy,  and slightly animated.  The whole thing was simplified a lot and the content has been adjusted to promote Qobrix a lot more.   As always, with new releases, there are still a few tweaks and fixes to make, but overall it works, and we think it’s quite an improvement.  Let us know what you think. - Request Demo

Secondly, since we were already in the website adjustment mode, we implemented a few improvements to the Qobrix website.  There’s a new footer, few more animations, some styling fixes, and, most importantly, there is now a “Request a Demo” button.  This should make it easier for the newcomers to get on the Qobrix bandwagon.

As far as the Qobrix platform goes, we still managed to release a couple of versions, which introduce some new features and improvements to the existing functionality.  Here are the releases from the last week:

As always, there is more to come.  Stay tuned and enjoy the week!

Last week in Qobrix (October 23 – October 29)

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Once again, last week’s focus was mostly on the client projects and issues and some of the functionality which is just not ready to be announced.  However, we still managed to push out a couple of versions with patches, improvements, and some new functionality.  The two versions of the last week are:

Stay tuned for more!

Last week in Qobrix (October 16 – October 22)

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There are some really exciting things happening behind the scenes, but we are not ready to announce them just yet.  And when we are, they will probably deserve a separate blog post all by themselves.  Until that happens, here is your regular last week update with the things we can show.  A total of four releases were published last week, mostly containing minor fixes and improvements:

Stay tuned for more updates, and have a great week!

Last week in Qobrix (October 9 – October 15)

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Most of the last week’s work went into the changes under the hood.  We have been slightly reorganizing the code between the core Qobrix platform and our CakePHP plugins.  All the plugins also have been re-licensed from GPLv2 to MIT in order to make them easier to use with commercial applications, and to fit better into the CakePHP ecosystem, where most of the code is released under the MIT.  We have released a total of three versions last week:

As always, stay tuned for more changes and improvements coming this week.

Last week in Qobrix (October 2 – October 8)

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During last week we were predominantly occupied by client projects.  Because of this, we haven’t pushed any significant changes to the Qobrix platform itself.  There were a total of three releases, mostly with minor changes and fixes:

Let’s see what this week will bring.

Last week in Qobrix (September 25 – October 1)

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Last week we focused mostly on Sets and Batch/Bulk processing.  These two parts of the system go hand-in-handy with each other, so we worked on improving the user experience and ironing out some minor issues.  We have released a total of four versions:

As always, there’s quite a bit of work going behind the scenes, so stay tuned for new feature announcements and overall system improvements.

Real Estate Software – Property Developers gaining an advantage through technology use?

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In the world of real-estate, one of the main challenges that Property Developers face is gaining customer exposure. Even properties that are built with the most exquisite design and the highest level of specification and quality require a consistent marketing message to build a customer base.

With the Qobrix platform, we provide the ability for property developers to work multiple sales channels to increase their marketing message exponentially. We do this by providing a robust Real Estate CRM in combination with innovative portals for assisting agents with promoting properties and for providing a higher level of customer satisfaction which exponentially increases referrals.

Our Agent Portal provides a 24 hour self-service platform for agents and partners to access marketing collateral (branded and unbranded), pricing and industry articles. Our Client Portal allows customers to view the progress on their properties, access their contracts, receive their statements and interact with the Property Developer. Our White Label software allows for the innovative deployment of multiple websites to multiple partners in a manner of minutes.

All of the above is achieved with minimal administration as the Real Estate CRM feeds all the above systems in real-time. For example, if a price increase is made in the CRM, it is automatically reflected in the Agent Portal, White Label software as well as the Property Developer’s website.

The Real Estate CRM can also be integrated with a property developer’s mass mailing solution (e.g. MailChimp or GetResponse), or bulk SMS system (e.g. Clickatell), to achieve marketing efficiencies and track campaigns and their results. It can also be integrated with a telephony system to log sales calls and allow for automated dial-out. Further integration options exist for Live Chat conversations, accounting systems to view statements, social media monitoring, and many more.

In summary, if the technology put in place provides a substantial increase in marketing exposure and organisational efficiency, while keeping administration to a minimum, then a Real Estate Property Developer can gain a significant advantage over their peers.

Last week in Qobrix (September 18 – September 24)

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We have been promising some exciting features for a while now, and last week was finally the one when we released them.  Have a look at the three versions that we have pushed out last Friday, but in particular, Qobrix v28.7.0:

Obviously, Qobrix v28.7.0 is the most important one of the three.  In terms of the significance, this is one of the largest versions we’ve done in the last few month.  Try it out and let us know what you think.