Here's what's new in Coyote.

  • Units Page in Coyote Managed Do you often find yourself needing to analyse or report on a single tenant who occupies multiple assets? Are you repeatedly trying to find vacant units, in order to assess what space you have available?

    Now you can with the new Units page, this new feature allows you to search all of your tenancy and arrears data effortlessly. Apply filters to refine your results in a more granular way than ever before. There’s also the ability to save your searches so that they’re ready to use the next time you come to that page. Once you’ve applied your search filters, you can save as many different searches as you like – these can be found in your Saved Results, ready to switch between as often as needed.

  • Customise and export tenancy data You can customise how data is displayed on the new Units page by selecting which columns to display. Once you save this, Coyote will remember your preferred layout! As well as the ability to search and filter at unit-level, you can export that data – helping you further analyse your tenancy data.

    Perform a search; apply filters such as a date range and an asset class, choose which columns to display, and then export the results to an Excel file. You can choose to export all columns or just those in your customised view.

To see more on the units page check out this article - How to customise and export tenancy data, using the units page

We've also made some improvements...

  • Key Stats per sector Currently, all of your customised key stats are visible for every asset regardless of its’ sector, however, with the latest release each sector can have its own bespoke grouping of key stats. This is great for users who invest in assets across multiple different sectors. For example, different key stat figures are needed when looking at an office building compared to development land, or when looking at an industrial unit compared to a hotel.

    If this sounds like something that you need for your instance of Coyote, please get in touch with your Client Services Team.

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