A firm has won an enterprise award from Portsmouth University for a property software package it designed and built.
IT firm Radweb picked up the Enterprise Challenge Award just two weeks after launching InventoryBase. The award celebrates new ideas that will benefit people either commercially or socially.
Dan Parker (pictured), a former student of the university and now employee of Radweb, was part of the team that developed InventoryBase and was responsible for putting it forward for the award. As a result he will be jetting off to Singapore for some work experience as part of his prize.
Radweb’s founder Steve Rad said: “We’re so pleased for Dan and InventoryBase. The feedback from property agents already using the software has been great, and now we’ve got some silverware to back up what they’ve been saying.
“InventoryBase is about working smarter, not harder. Inventories are really important documents, protecting both the landlord and tenants from any legal action when a tenancy ends. InventoryBase makes the lengthy process of compiling the reports much easier.”
The software’s purpose is to provide a fast, easy and standardised way of producing property inventories on the move. It is a completely web-based system that can be accessed on every device from smart phones to desktop PCs.
Rad and his team team designed InventoryBase after working with numerous letting agents. Features of the software include fixed prices of £50 or £100 per month, unlimited users at no extra cost, and no specialist software or hardware needed.