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Tenantcube set to pitch for $25,000 at TiEQuest’s pitch competition


Niagara-based tech startup, Tenantcube has landed a spot in the top five in TiEQuest’s pitch competition. The final competition will take place tonight, June 29, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Zoom.

Tenantcube is an AI-powered property management solution, which strives to elevate the modern-day renting experience for both landlords and tenants.

“It started out as my personal problem. I was looking for a solution to manage my properties. The research indicated that there are thousands of landlords across the globe battling with the same problem. My background in building scalable software solutions and my passion for real estate and technology led my partner Vijayasekar Durairajuand me to build Tenantcube,” said Andrews Moses, co-founder and CEO of Tenantcube.

Tenantcube aims to automate a lot of non-core activities for property managers using technology.

The platform can help with what the team calls smart rental applications and real-time tenant communication functionality that helps cut down administrative tasks and tenant on-boarding time significantly. Because this solution is AI-powered, it enables property managers to be proactive in communicating with tenants and solving issues.

“It is a great validation that when you want to solve a real problem, irrespective of where you are or who you are, you can achieve it. Our team is excited and ready to hustle to provide an amazing experience for our customers,” said Andrews.

Tenantcube was one of hundreds of companies to apply for this competition. “I still remember looking at the crowd and thinking, boy this is going to be really competitive,” said Andrews. “There were a lot of great companies.”

Tonight, the five finalist companies will pitch to a panel of Canadian business leaders who will cast their votes at the end of the session to determine the winner.

If Tenantcube lands first place, the team of five intends to use the $25,000 in prize money to enhance some of their service features and boost their marketing efforts.

“We want to build a global SaaS company from the Niagara Region and there is a real problem to be solved for tenants and landlords worldwide,” said Andrews.

Register to watch the TieQuest Finals and Awards Gala here.