Get to Know the SKYLINE Analytics Stacking Plan
By: Mark Ziemba
A stacking plan is an excellent tool for property managers, tenant reps and investment brokers to graphically communicate tenant activity within a property. However, generating these plans by yourself in a spreadsheet system is manually intensive, cumbersome and time-consuming.
Because it is tightly integrated with the SKYLINE Property Management and Accounting solution, the SKYLINE Analytics Stacking Plan is by far the most powerful stacking plan program in the real estate industry. Since it is integrated with the SKYLINE solution, the SKYLINE Stacking Plan reads directly from the SKYLINE database, reflecting data accurately and in real time. Developed using Heatmap Technology, the SKYLINE Stacking Plan is color-coded to give you a visual indication of the status of that part of your business. For example, you could set the SKYLINE stacking plan to display all lease expirations occurring in fewer than 120 days as red, 120-365 days as yellow and over 365 days as green. Within one screenshot, you have a color-coded visual representation of the expiration dates for all of your leases.
As well as tracking lease expirations, SKYLINE Stacking Plan also provides visual color-coded charts for percent occupancy, occupied square footage by property and square footage by unit. In addition, a powerful roll-over drill-down feature offers quick access to detailed data for each tenant and unit.
The Analytics Stacking Plan is one of SKYLINE’S many time-saving features that can help you manage your properties more effectively. In today’s economy, letting a vacancy go for any length of time has a dramatic impact on your bottom line. By leveraging our hundreds of thousands of hours of experience and the best practices inherent in SKYLINE, you will ensure your operation is running like clockwork.
For information on SKYLINE software, please contact Mark Ziemba at 312-443-7531 or email@example.com, or download a brochure that highlights the features and benefits of SKYLINE.