The Portal

The ENGAGE portal enables property companies to deploy successful self-service capabilities that deliver better services to residents as well as substantial efficiency savings for housing management.

Pre-tenancy agreements

Self service maintenance


Resident manuals

Payments & balances

Neighbourhood information

Offers & promotions

News & events

Investor services

Concierge services

The two main reasons for the failure of digital services in the property sector are poor platform design and the failure to provide incentives for residents to self-serve.

The ENGAGE suite of portals change all this.

We provide the design, housing management system integration and resident incentives to make self-service a success.

Content management system


The ENGAGE Content Management System uses Umbraco, a fully-featured open source CMS system with the flexibility to run anything from small agency sites through to brochure sites for large developments.

  • Umbraco is designed to make you as productive as possible.
  • An incredibly simple user interface allows your staff to edit content easily and productively.
  • This means it’s fast, so you can focus on getting your message out, not how the technology works.
  • Umbraco utilises all of the flexibility, security, and resilience that you would expect from the Microsoft .NET framework.


Integration into your back-office systems is one of the key benefits of the ENGAGE portal.
Built as a layer on top of your existing back office systems, pulling data and displaying key residential information to the user, users enjoy a single sign on experience whilst still being able to access all of the existing services that you provide.

“I have never encountered an IT provider that has demonstrated such a commercial focus for and on behalf of a client... I would not describe Engage as a consultancy, or even as an IT partner. They have been a true business partner.” Anandh Owen, COO, Delancey, UK partner in East Village
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