SimplifyEm has been created to empower Property Managers and Real Estate Investors.
Our mission is to provide the best and easiest to use property management software on the market.
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We accomplish our mission of providing premier property management software by utilizing the latest in UX/UI and web technology, and most important of all, by listening to the needs of our customers.
By basing each upgrade and advancement of our software on feedback from our users, we’ve built a solution specifically designed to meet the needs of busy real estate professionals like you.
Great customer support is our Gold Standard
To support our software users, we offer world class US-based customer care, and when you call us during our regular business hours (9:00 am to 5:00 pm PST) you can expect to have your call answered within 2 rings.
To reach a member of our team call our customer care number (510) 790-9066, or send us an email: support@SimplifyEm.com.
Built by a team passionate about Technology and Real Estate
Headquartered in Fremont, California, SimplifyEm was founded in 2006 by Pankaj Shukla (CEO) and Narinder Sandhu (President) to provide a simple and effective solution for property managers.
Prior to starting SimplifyEm, both founders worked for Intuit, Inc. where Pankaj Shukla was Vice-President of Intuit’s Small Business Division responsible for product strategy and development for QuickBooks and Quicken. Narinder Sandhu was Vice-President of Intuit’s Payroll Services and was responsible for product strategy and development. Both founders also had a passion for real estate investing.
Brought together by their common interest in finding a solution that would make investment property management easier, the two combined their expertise to found SimplifyEm. Later joined by an incredible team of talented and dedicated people equally passionate about real estate management and customer care, SimplifyEm now boasts a user base that spans the United States and Canada and the software is used to manage over $42 billion in real estate assets.