For a Property Preservation Manager, things can quickly become tedious and un-manageable. Managers are responsible for sourcing and managing staff who inspect the property and later review the reports as well as staff that take care of the preservation aspect, checking all areas of the property in case they are in need of any repairing or renewing work.
Managers in smaller property preservation companies are also heavily involved with bid-creation, sourcing vendors who are able to complete required works at competitive prices and to a high quality. During completion of the works, Managers need to verify that all issues have been resolved, which again consumes many hours of their time.
Once done, another big task for Managers is uploading all of the data into chosen software. Even for bigger firms, this process can be tedious and costly.