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365 Connect Brings the Power of Decision to Its Online Leasing Platform with CIC Resident Screening Integration

NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- 365 Connect, the New Orleans-based, award-winning online technology platform provider for the multifamily industry, announced today that it has integrated its Online Leasing Platform with CIC, the nation's most trusted supplier of information solutions for the multifamily housing industry. The integration will deliver real time screening decisions, reduce data-input error rates and improve overall operational efficiencies for multifamily housing managers.

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The integration of 365 Connect's Leasing Platform with CIC brings together best-of-breed technology solutions to simplify the process for property managers to lease vacant apartment units. The integration eliminates data entry redundancies to help qualified applicants move into their new homes faster. The solution allows prospective residents to apply online, pay application fees and send data directly to CIC for immediate decisions. It eliminates the burden and expense of traditional paperwork flow by automating the application process into a completely paperless environment.

CIC has a long standing commitment to data integrity with a promise to deliver comprehensive resident screening solutions in an easy-to-use software solution. In addition to accessing credit reports from Experian, TransUnion, Equifax and a decision model, clients also receive available assistance from Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) certified staff, and 24/7 technical support. With 36 plus million reportable eviction records, updated daily from across the nation, the best available nationwide criminal records, and Experian RentBureau rental history, 365 Connect and CIC clients have access to the most comprehensive screening solution in the U.S.

"CIC is the leader in delivering resident screening solutions to the multifamily housing industry," stated Kerry W. Kirby, CEO of 365 Connect. "Their screening solutions are a natural fit with our Leasing Platform, it will not only improve the applicant approval work flow, but it will insure data integrity between multiple platforms. This integration delivers game changing results for our customers to simplify their operations, reduce costs, and serve both their prospective and existing residents."

William Bower, CEO of CIC stated, "CIC's integration with 365 Connect's Leasing Platform offers our mutual clients a total package of best-of-breed technology, flexibility and convenience for property managers to fill vacancies more efficiently. Today's renters are continuing to look for a streamlined, no-hassle approach to finding and moving into their next apartment home. These integrated platforms and services aim to give property managers everywhere an advantage to serve future residents, while maintaining a strong return on investment."

"Our passion is to find new and better ways to enhance user experiences, make transactions seamless and create communication channels. This integration brings into focus the eco-system we have created and continue to perfect in our effort to deliver leading edge tools to streamline the entire leasing process," noted Kirby. "While most technology providers like to tout bringing disruptive technology to the market, we have remained focused on delivering constructive technology that connects both future and existing residents with where they live."

About CIC: Founded in 1986, CIC is a leading nationwide provider of data solutions for Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), property managers, housing authorities, apartment associations, real estate agents and independent rental owners throughout the U.S. For nearly three decades, CIC has leveraged the use of technology to deliver the most reliable and comprehensive information to clients, and continues to do so, today. By delivering quality affordable data solutions to the multifamily housing industry, CIC is proud to provide clients with applicant information they can trust giving them The Power of Decision. For more information about CIC's solutions including resident screening, employment screening, wholesale data, screening platforms and property management tools & software, please visit www.CICReports.com

About 365 Connect, LLC: Founded in 2003, award-winning 365 Connect is the industry leader in designing and delivering an array of online platforms that work in unison with each other to market, lease and retain residents in multifamily communities. The 365 Connect Platform interfaces with social media, management software, marketing platforms and a host of other third-party applications. It prides itself in being one of the most integration-friendly platforms in the industry and has proven to be so effective, that it has also gained acceptance with government programs in affordable housing. 365 Connect designs technology to enhance not only the user experience for property managers, but also prospects and residents that utilize its platforms to locate, lease and live in multifamily communities nationwide. Explore: www.365connect.com

Media Contact: Media Relations, 365 Connect, LLC, 504.299.3444, [email protected]

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