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StayAbode files for a provisional patent for its workforce management system

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StayAbode, a startup which provides co-living space, is using technology to up the standards for offering best-in-class service in co-living spaces to its customers. The company has today said that it has filed for a provisional patent for its Workforce Management System.

The company’s Workforce Management System uses internal positioning systems which allow them to efficiently manage their service teams including security and housekeeping. StayAbode is using design, technology, service, and brand to reinvent the way rental residential real-estate is looked at.

It has built a technology to manage workforce, starting with a mobile app for the housekeeping team. This helps in increasing their workforce’s efficiency by 30 to 40 percent, constantly improving the quality of service and helping in on-boarding and training staff quicker as the company grows.

The new Workforce Management System will enable dynamic task allocation which will help provide housekeeping on demand and also cover use cases such as managing housekeeping tasks in case of an unoccupied room, etc.

It will also give real-time, bird’s-eye view of housekeeping activities at all of their properties which together with data gathered by their audit team and resident feedback, will help them make real time quality assessments and improve services.

Varun Bhalla, Co- founder and CTO, StayAbode says,

Our endeavour is to develop and use technology to better industry service standards. We have filed for a provisional patent for our Workforce Management System that will help greater efficiency in managing service for our customers.

StayAbode says that its co-living spaces support the lifestyle of the young, single sociable household, enabling high level of comfort, convenience and a sense of community with shared spaces such as kitchens, common areas, game areas, music, art corners and places to dine and work.

The company had raised angel funding in February this year from a consortium of investors led by Ishan Manaktala (COO of CoreOne Technologies) and Angie Mahtaney (CEO at K Mohan Exports). Gaurav Bhalotia (Ex-VP Engineering, Flipkart), Vishal Lulla (CEO, Vishal Exports) and a group of Investors from Lets Venture also participated in the round.

He has been a technology writer since more than five years. At The Tech Portal, he covers gadgets, startups and the good and bad of tech.

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