New Orleans based 365 Connect, an online technology platform provider for the multifamily industry, announced its integration with PadMapper. PadMapper is an apartment rental finder that pulls in information and listings from a number of outside sites. The integration distributes all marketing data using the 365 Online Leasing Center to PadMapper via the 365 Marketing Syndication Platform. The Marketing Syndication Platform is a joint product of 365 Connect and MultifamilyBiz.com, which collects and organizes data through multiple feeds from 365 Connect’s Network of Online Leasing Centers.
The 365 Connect Technology platform is a mass organizer for data, now allowing apartment hunters to search by photos, pricing, floor plans, and more. The integration with PadMapper has been called a powerful and timely addition to 365 Connect’s platform. It will save users time as the company’s marketing strategies become more effective with the use of emerging online technologies.
“We are excited to extend our Marketing Syndication Network to include PadMapper, they have been a leader in creating a true localized apartment search engine that users just love,” said Kerry W. Kirby, CEO of 365 Connect. “They are the model for delivering map-based plotting searches in our industry not just on desktop browsers, but in mobile platforms as well. This integration amplifies our message that we are the next generation platform for the multifamily industry, capable of not only marketing communities across the internet, but eliminating redundant marketing efforts and reducing operating expenses.”
Eric DeMenthon, Founder of PadMapper added, “I’m excited to be adding 365 Connect’s listings to PadMapper. 365 Connect will deliver listings directly to PadMapper from its database, which should ensure that they’re always up-to-date and accurate and will help make it so that renters don’t waste their time with unavailable listings. The new listings should also help PadMapper succeed in its goal of letting people search every available rental listing on the market.”