Safely.com and iGMS have partnered to power property management

Safely.com and iGMS team up to power property management

US: Insurtech and guest screening solution, Safely.com, has partnered with all-in-one vacation rental software platform iGMS.

The integration will enable property owners and managers using iGMS to benefit from Safely.com’s tailored insurtech solution, so that they can protect their properties and further automate their vacation rental businesses.

Safely.com aims to provide peace of mind to homeowners and property managers through a combination of guest screening and tailored insurance, and has covered over $50 billion of homeowner liability since its launch in 2015.

iGMS offers powerful smart tools to streamline short-term rental management processes all on one platform. Built by a team of vacation rental professionals, it is specifically designed to simplify vacation rental management.

Innovative tech solutions are driving the current professionalisation and success of the short-term rental industry, and the partnership is further proof of this trend.

Safely.com COO Lui King said: “Partnerships are so important to the team at Safely.com and we are excited to join forces with iGMS to ensure more short-term rental property owners and managers are using the best solutions to protect themselves, their guests and also their businesses. Our new integration with iGMS unites two top-grade tech solutions to make vacation rental management more efficient and stress-free.”

iGMS CEO Ivan Levchenko said: “Our goal is to help hosts provide the best experience for their guests in all aspects as well as make the life of STR professionals easier. The safety of both hosts and their guests is a very important part of the vacation rental business. That’s why we are very happy to join forces with Safely.com.”

In recent months, Safely.com has partnered with the likes of Hostaway, Wheelhouse, OwnerRez, LMPM, Barefoot and Hostfully, while iGMS has teamed up with InsuraGuest.

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