ProLease is a solution ideal for organizations looking to manage all of their properties - owned, leased and subleased - from a single integrated system. Whether it's the head of the department logging in to run reports or a lease administrator working within the system daily, ProLease offers an extremely intuitive interface for lease administration and portfolio management.
The solution includes over 120 standard reports as well as custom reporting, document and project management, critical date notifications and location mapping. As a web-based solution, ProLease offers anytime, anywhere access and is a great fit for a number of real estate segments: corporate, retail, healthcare, government and more. A few key clients include Armani, Captial One, 3M and Little Caesars.
ProLease not only centralizes all critical data into a single solution, it can track current leases, store openings, closing and relocations. Its reporting tool allows users to filter, sort and subtotal both the included standard or custom reports, which can then be printed, exported to Excel, saved, emailed, etc. ProLease also tracks critical dates and automatically sends email alarms as reminders.
With ProLease's document and expense management, users can track rent, expense forecasting, CAM audits and GAAP reporting, all of which can be integrated into their existing accounting solution. There's also robust project tracking and all portfolio locations can be mapped using Google Maps.
The pricing includes unlimited users and there is a team of professionals to assist with data migration, training, system integration, lease abstracting and more.
ProLease is a complete, user-friendly lease administration and portfolio management solution.
Amanda from Avison Young
Specialty: Real Estate
I find that the data placement layout in the database and the reporting capabilities are a big part of why I like to use ProLease.
I personally find that the Variable Base Amount aspect of the Oper/Tax screens to be a bit overwhelming, but I do see the benefit of using it once you figure it out.
I would recommend that end-users receive a review/training on how to enter the data and then also on how to utilize that data within the database (reporting, payables/receivables functionality, etc.)