OPTECH 2021: Technology Transforms Experiences for the Multi-Tenant Industry 

Getting really excited about the NMHC OPTECH ‘21 Conference and Expo next week in our nation’s capital. The Expo’s fully sold out, and the agenda and speaker list is tightly focused on all the hot topics that are top-of-mind in this rapidly changing industry.

The pandemic has unsettled so much in our lives and heightened the importance of robust, flexible technology solutions that help position MDU portfolios for hyper-growth based on the needs of residents, owners and managers of multi-family residential communities.

OPTECH is the annual tech event produced by the National Multifamily Housing Council. It’s where stakeholders across ownership groups, property management, technology companies and industry peers join together to make important decisions for the coming year. The agenda is packed with some key topics around cybersecurity, smart buildings, connectivity, leadership, machine learning and AI. After more time spent at home over the last couple of years, the expectations and needs of tenants have changed, and OPTECH is an opportunity to plan for what’s next.

Nomadix is proud to meet the industry and demonstrate the value of our robust internet gateway solutions and managed Wi-Fi for MDUs in booth #803. Based on customer feedback and pain points we’ve seen across the industry, we also have some big news to share on Monday about our solutions and partnerships!

Smart MDU owners and management companies are widely embracing the benefits of managed Wi-Fi and all the tech solutions it enables. We’re happy to be a driving force behind this industry-wide effort to deliver the lifestyle, community and experience that today’s residents demand.

This has been a bumpy ride to get here for everyone in our space, and I’m grateful for NMHC, the conference center and organizers for helping to keep us safe at OPTECH. Safe travels & see you there! Feel free to reach out to me or book a meeting

NMHC OPTECH is November 8-10 in National Harbor, Maryland, just south of downtown Washington, D.C.