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Australian entrepreneur Jake Sharp has solved the communication challenge, creating the Move In Move Out Register – MIMOR – a one-stop shop to overcome strata-living sticking points. The digital platform acts as a central information and communication hub for residents, building managers, and service providers, comprising vital building information, moving processes, procedures for booking facilities and common areas, general announcements and real-time communications via email and SMS alerts.

Instead of searching for leaflets or chasing managers and agents, MIMOR residents have easy access to vital building information 24 hours a day. At the click of a button, they can find the latest information regarding gas connections, electricity suppliers, water rates, internet availability, pets, connecting to Foxtel, how to obtain extra keys, Owners Corporation Rules, and emergency contacts and evacuation plans.

“It just makes sense to collate and centralise information necessary to individual needs as well as communal living, particularly details and contacts for essential services such as power and water utilities,” Sharp said.

“The scope of information is tailored to a building’s size and facilities and can be added to or updated at any time, without the manager having to resort
to reprinting leaflets or sending letters to hundreds of residents, so it’s far more convenient for them as well.’’

“I have even had feedback from long-term residents saying they had discovered a lot of useful information about their building after the owner’s corporation switched to MIMOR.”

Information regarding lift dimensions and basement car park heights can also be included for residents moving in or out, which can also be booked through the MIMOR platform. Functionality also extends to managing parcel deliveries and collections and booking common areas and building facilities.

MIMOR’s email and SMS communication function can also notify residents of urgent building information such as planned power outages, maintenance or emergency repairs.

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