Listen: Pinpointing the Package Problem with Michael Patton of Fetch

 

If you’ve lived in an apartment in the past 20 years, you’ve faced this problem: Wrestling with a leasing management office to get your delivered packages. Entrepreneur Michael Patton of Fetch, a Dallas-based startup, is fixing what’s wrong with apartment package delivery. “When I moved to Dallas, I moved into a big apartment complex whose leasing office was getting 250-300 packages every day,” Patton says. “I witnessed how big a problem it was for leasing agents and residents.

That got the wheels turning.” On this episode of the Building Management Podcast, we discuss how Fetch outsources package management to their local warehouse and frees up leasing agents to do what they do best–take care of residents and sign up new ones.

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