PROMAS Landlord Software Center
A little about The PROMAS Landlord Software Center
The PROMAS Landlord Software Center (CMS, Inc.) was established in 1984 and is the developer of a number of specialized vertical market software products.
After providing contract software services to Federal Government Agencies and private firms, the initial property management software product was released in 1989. That was followed with an association management product in 1991 and an inspection program in 2009.
In 1994 PROMAS and the Landlord Software Center partnered to develop the Windows versions of the two products. Those were released in late 1995. PROMAS subsequently purchased the Landlord Software Center and became The PROMAS Landlord Software Center.
In 1998 PROMAS purchased RPM software, a leading supplier of rental software to fee-based managers.
Over 3000 companies have chosen the PROMAS software for their rental management, association management and inspection requirements.
In 2003 PROMAS partnered with HeroPM to provide online owner and tenant portals. The online access includes PDF owner and tenant statements, document folders and transaction activity as well as a complete suite of online marketing and management tools.
PROMAS was selected as Vendor of the Year in 2000 and 2005 by the Florida Association of Residential Property Managers (FARPM) and Affiliate of the Year in 2002 and 2007 by the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM).
A major revision - Version 12 - was released in 2011. It features a new UI and customized report building.
A cloud version (SaaS) of PROMAS rental was introducted in 2012 to complement the desktop version.
Over the years PROMAS has partnered with companies like NTN (National Tenant Network) to provide online credit reporting; PayLease to process online payments; LandlordSource.com for automating management documents, and as noted above, HeroPM.
Years of listening to our users has produced products unequaled in accounting integrity, and compliant with the many varying regulatory requirements mandated by state and regional authorities.