About

About

Neighborware, the market leader with its genesis almost twenty years ago, has continued to gain acceptance in a wide variety of communities across America. With its first installation in 1998, Neighborware is America's original dependable, replicable, fully supported and affordable community network solution. Driven by the needs of residents rather than technology, Neighborware continues to lead the connectivity revolution through continual enhancements, exciting new product features, and more user-friendly applications.

There are several common features to selecting a specific community, such as:

  • A desire to connect with others.
  • Convenience or location.
  • A sense of place or exclusivity.
  • A sense of security.

By focusing on key intellectual and emotional drivers in selecting a particular neighborhood, Neighborware compliments the community just as homes compliment the families inside.

Beginnings

Neighborware's genesis was a collaboration between a marketing communications firm with over ten years of residential experience and a key client who was developing a leading edge master planned community. The objective was clear - create a community amenity that would help people change the way they connect with one another and their community.

Over the years, Neighborware has revolutionized the way neighbors communicate, as well as innovated new ways of communicating between residents and community developers, builders, property managers and Homeowner Associations (HOA's). It provides meaningful social connectivity, which enhances the community's social fabric and a real sense of belonging.

Neighborware minimizes expense as well as time and effort of employees of developers, property managers and HOA's who regularly communicate with community residents. It offers the opportunity of cost savings by automating tasks that in the past were performed on paper. It can also provide a variety of potential revenue sources for your entity, should you choose.

A community with Neighborware, simply lives differently. We think you will agree; it lives better.