Ahmedabad, Sep 5: Fincasys, a company based in this capital town of Gujarat, which has developed a unique mobile application (app) for building management and community development in cities, on Thursday said that it has started its services in Nepal and Kenya and will soon expand to Singapore and Australia.
The company also said that it would reach a total of 50 major cities in India, by the end of December, 2020. Directors of the Ahmedabad-based company, Sachin Sehgal and Rohan Jardosh, told newspersons here that the unique app was extremely user-friendly and has been divided in three variants, for the Members, Admin and Gate Keeper (Security).
It can be installed in any residential or commercial premises. The members can use the app to know their neighbours, build a community, vote online on various society/community-related issues, post complaints, share achievements on the timeline segment, socialise with neighbours, increase business opportunities, pay bills and can even help the women in distress, providing alternatives, in case the maid does not turn up without notice.
The Admin app provides features like generating monthly reports, resolving complaints, posting notices, and parking management. It can be used by the Chairman, Manager or other committee members of a society.
The Gatekeeper version is designed in the simplest manner, so that it can be used for visitor, maid management, impersonation checks and few more services.
According to Mr Sehgal, the app can also be used for selling a flat or putting it on rent. Various vendor services are also available on this first-of-its-kind app in the country. The company is planning to add various other useful features in it.
''Many big real estate companies are in touch with us for installation of their premises in it. We have to make certain changes for the version of the app, first launched three months back, to make it suitable for countries like Singapore and Australia, as per local needs and requirements. We have also planned to expand our services to smaller cities in the next phase,'' he said.(UNI)