Two key goals of rental housing business operations are keeping residents safe and securing properties. With the latest tech trends at your disposal, boosting automation of manual tasks through internet-connected security hardware and embracing the cloud, property managers and owners can enhance their net operating income (NOI) in new, fascinating ways. Join two technology and security experts, Himanshu Caplash and Rebecca Peterson of LiftMaster, as we discuss the evolution of rental housing security, how to improve operational efficiency and how to bolster resident retention and reduce the cost of technological investments.
Also, 4 lucky participants will walk away with knowledge and gifts courtesy of LiftMaster.
- 1 participant will win ONE OF LiftMaster's award-winning smart video intercoms (VALUED UP TO $3,000)
- 1 participant will win a $100 Door Dash gift card
- 2 other participants will each win a $50 Amazon gift card
Date and Time: Tuesday, June 20 at 2 p.m. ET
About the Hosts
Himanshu Caplash, Senior Product Manager for Access Controls at LiftMaster, brings over a dozen years of experience building real estate technology and consumer electronics. His work includes numerous startups and big companies, such as Latch, Intel and ARM. Himanshu holds a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Punjab Technical University and an MBA in Marketing & Strategy from University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business.
Rebecca Peterson, Group Product Manager for Access Controls at LiftMaster, brings a wide range of knowledge, from developing new products solutions, leading high-impact product marketing and strategic programs that deliver impactful solutions to minimize customer pain points. Her product expertise has also provided solutions for gated and multi-dwelling communities. Prior to joining LiftMaster, Peterson worked for System Sensor, where she successfully launched over a dozen new product solutions for the fire and security industry. Peterson holds an MBA with an emphasis in Marketing from DePaul University and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Northern Illinois University.