MANHATTAN/TOTOWA, NJ — Charles H. Greenthal Management Corp. of Manhattan has completed its implementation of the Integrated Business Systems (IBS) property management and accounting system. The boutique platform is used by more than 75 prominent New York/New Jersey real estate owners and managers, and addresses virtually all property management, accounting and construction management tasks.
“Greenthal’s prior property management and accounting system had reached the end of its useful life,”
said IBS’s Michael Mullin, president. “The firm was drawn to our modern, more comprehensive software program because it not only meets current requirements but can continue to expand as the company’s needs evolve.”
The Greenthal Management system conversion included a notable level of customization. “Every association board and multifamily owner wants a distinct monthly reporting package, and with such a large portfolio Greenthal Management has a complex set of diverse requirements,” Mullin said. “We configured our Board View function to automatically generate reports catered to each entity and deliver the reports electronically or as hard copies to appropriate stakeholders.”
Greenthal Management’s IBS system also has been set up for seamless integration with third-party software products that automate tasks such as invoice preparation and payment processing.
The browser-based IBS system is scalable and customizable for private and public enterprises of any size, from just a few IBS users to hundreds of operators. The IBS business model, which has evolved over 36 years, offers truly turnkey solutions, from data conversion, hardware, customized software and installation to extensive on/off-site training, consulting, service and support.