With Airbnb now a lucrative income stream, hosts are having to think and act with business heads on to compete in a market where exceptional customer service is now the norm. Meanwhile these same hosts are also looking to manage their short-term lets with maximum efficiency – and one way that they are attempting to strike this balance is by fine-tuning the check-in process.
Getting keys cut is a bit like childbirth – extremely painful, but because you don’t do it that often, easy to forget exactly how painful it can be. Just ask Lydia, our user experience designer, who’s been there, done both, and got the proverbial T-shirt.
Tips from Urban Jungle It’s easy to worry about how safe your home is, especially when you’re living in a big city. There’s a lot that you can do to make your place as safe as possible, ranging from small everyday changes in your behaviour, investments… Read More
The end result was worth all his hard work. Now Deb’s side gate is fully controlled by Klevio, meaning she can not only unlock but also open it using just her phone. Now she’s able to leave the house any time she wants, whether there’s someone around to help her or not.
Aaaaaaand ta-dah! Here’s Deb using Klevio to open her gate for the first time!
The team at Klevio certainly have been, after two weeks ensconced in our new offices, availing ourselves of the extra space by extending our limbs that bit further, just because we can. No risk of elbows clashing in this place! That’s not to say we’ve diverted all of… Read More