Staying connected during Covid-19 lock-down is extremely important for people's mental and physical health, and Spike is so happy to be able to play a part in keeping communities together through isolation.
Spike are honoured to be named one of Property Week's Top 5 Tools to help the industry through the Covid-19 Crisis. We were named number one for community building, as our software allows residents to continue to socialise through our app based portals, keeping residents connected to their buildings and communities.
It's been really heart-warming seeing our clients and residents adapt to the 'new normal'. We've seen everything from people offering help and support to fellow neighbours, to group video work-outs and fundraising organised via our portals.
From a practical perspective our portals have also allowed concierge staff to work from home, but still stay connected to their buildings and their residents needs, via our back-office management system, with minimal disruption to residents.
Fizzy Living, a build-to-rent landlord in London, uses our app across its seven developments, and are also mentioned in the article.
“We have a strong community at Fizzy and we are communicating with residents through the app throughout the day,” says Mandy Ghumman, head of sales and marketing at Fizzy Living. “We provide reading materials, free online classes, working-from-home tips and any other interesting guidance that we find online.”