- Fixflo is a repair reporting and maintenance management software system aiming to streamline the maintenance management process.
- Fixflo was founded by Rajeev Nayyar, a former property lawyer, in London, United Kingdom, in 2012.
- The idea of Fixflo came to Raj as he was suffering the pain of property repair management as a tenant in New Zealand while managing properties in London.
Fixflo has fundamentally changed how repair and maintenance issues are managed in homes and places of work. Fixflo’s smart, cloud-based software solutions help property managers improve efficiency, exceed customer expectations and stay compliant with regulatory requirements.
Fixflo provides an innovative solution to a problem that frustrates tenants, property repairs and landlords. By using the system, property managers and landlords save time and money, and tenants get repairs carried out more quickly.
Used by over 4,000 lettings agents nationwide and expanding into international territories such as South Africa, the business is widely regarded as one of the leading suppliers within the industry and was awarded the 2016 Sunday Times Gold Award for Best Supplier to the Lettings Industry.
Fixflo regularly exhibits at industry conferences and events, and is constantly striving to improve the repair reporting and proactive property management landscape for everyone involved in lettings and property management.
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In May 2021, it was announced that Fixflo had been acquired by European company, Aareon AG.
Aareon AG describes itself as Europe’s leading property software company, and an announcement this afternoon says it’s bought 100 per cent of the shares in Fixflo, for an undisclosed sum.
Fixflo – which manages repairs on around 1.2m units for some 1,500 customers – will continue to operate as a separate brand but says it will be “a part of the Aareon family” and pledges “a significant increase in Fixflo’s research and development budget as its solutions form part of the roadmap for the wider Aareon group.”
Fixflo co-founders Rajeev Nayyar and Duncan Careless, together with the whole Fixflo executive team, are remaining with the business.