Estate agency Hunters is to offer lettings automation platform teclet to its 191 franchised branch owners after completing a pilot of the proptech service among its 11 directly-owned offices.
Teclet has been developed over the past three years via a £4 million investment fund by former landlord and estate agent Alan Blockley and launched in July 2017.
It is a web-based service that enables letting agents, tenants and landlords to interact on one platform using any device.
Hunters claims that the service has helped its directly-owned branches increase revenue, improve productivity and enhance their service to tenants and landlords.
“We have also been delighted with the positive, solution-conscious approach taken by the teclet team in ensuring a successful launch across our business,” says Carrie Alliston, Group Lettings Director at Hunters (pictured above)
“As a result, we’re now keen for our franchisees to enjoy similar benefits and know that they’ll be impressed when they see the platform’s capabilities demonstrated at our annual conference.”
John Evans, Commercial Director at teclet said: “We’re delighted to be working with an innovative, market-leading agency brand such as Hunters – and for both they and their clients to be benefiting from the inbuilt money, time and efficiency savings offered by our software.”
Teclet is now to sponsor Hunters’ annual company gathering due to place in York on 29th March.
Hunters has been pursuing an increasingly tech-led development programme in recent months including the appointment of former Foxtons tech boss Dan Rafferty, and a deal with Airbnb listing service Lavanda.