Vancouver startup CondoInbox may be the future of condominium strata communication

by Knowlton Thomas | Startups

Unless you're fortunate enough to have always owned or resided in a detached home, you've probably dealt with a condominium's strata in your lifetime, be it a townhouse complex or skyscraping tower. And probably, communication in that strata sucked.

It's certainly the case for many, but a lean startup called CondoInbox aims to change this. Based out of Burnaby, a city right beside Vancouver, founders Greg Morendo and Neil Decapia want their startup to serve as a unified communication forum for the owners, residents, and property managers of condos. It's essentially an intranet, but custom designed for condo users, and based on succinct simplicity.

Through CondoInbox, you can start and engage in discussions, create and RSVP events, conduct and participate in surveys, write and respond to notes, and file and reply to tickets. Many parts of it resemble the likes of Facebook, which makes perfect sense—isn't your condo strata in many ways a social network?

The site, which is still in beta, runs on Amazon Web Services, and charges a monthly fee based on user volume, starting at $50 for up to 60 people and 5 GB of data storage, or $100 for unlimited users and unlimited data storage.

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Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton is the managing editor of Techvibes and author of Tempest Bound. Based in Vancouver, Knowlton has been published in national publications and has also appeared on television and radio. Previously he was an editor for New Westminster weekly The Other Press and served on its board of directors. When not working, Knowlton enjoys hiking, tennis, and martial arts. more

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