|By Business Wire||
|February 28, 2014 04:00 AM EST||
Yardi announced today that Castle Star will manage its asset and investment operations with Yardi Voyager® 7S.
“Yardi provides us with a reliable and comprehensive investment and asset management solution serving a number of jurisdictions and property types,” comments Enda Bracken, director and head of asset management at Castle Star. “The principals and employees of Castle Star have more than seven years of experience working with Yardi in the U.S. and Europe. No other property or investment management system comes close to the breadth and efficiency of Yardi’s offering.”
Founded in 2013, Castle Star is a real estate investment management company based in Dublin, New York and Brussels with a Western Europe mandate. It was critical that its software provider have proven capabilities in a variety of property types across the region and could support the company’s primary objective of reliable property-level tenant and service charge billings and real-time, standardised reporting packages for its clients.
“We are very pleased that the team at Castle Star felt there was only one option – Yardi – when it came to supporting their business-wide initiatives,” comments Neal Gemassmer, vice president of international sales at Yardi. “This also demonstrates that Yardi not only provides software to large multi-national real estate companies but also offers scalable solutions for medium-sized companies with minimal implementation time and costs.”
About Castle Star
Castle Star provides a broad range of professional consulting services to clients with real estate oriented businesses. Their hands-on approach and transactional experience enable them to bring practical solutions to the operational challenges presented by any assignment. Core strengths include strategic assessment, restructuring, operations, development, transaction support, due diligence and investment management. For more information about Castle Star visit: www.castlestar.ie
Now in its fourth decade, Yardi® is committed to the design, development and support of software for real estate investment management and property management. With the Yardi Commercial Suite™, Yardi Multifamily Suite™, Yardi Investment Suite™ and Yardi Orion™ Business Intelligence, the Yardi Voyager® platform is a complete real estate management solution. It includes operations, accounting and ancillary processes and services with portfolio-wide business intelligence and platform-wide mobility. Yardi is based in Santa Barbara, Calif., and serves clients around the world from offices in Europe, Australia, Asia, Middle East, and North America. More information about Yardi products and services is available at www.yardi.co.uk.
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