I like the simplicity of the program. No overloaded with tabs and menus. Self directed to make navigating a breeze and items easy to find. Entering invoices are smooth and straight to the point. Love that searching vendor history for payments and invoices are accessible as well as tenant inquiries to review their history of charges and receipts.
Logging in to MRI is simple and once you get the hang of it you will be a pro in no time as the system interface never changes, unlike Yardi which has evolved drastically over the years.
Due to the interface never changing the software appearance is a bit dated. If you have a strong background in Yardi, MRI will feel like a bit of a set back but you can transition the advanced skills to this program easily.
If you do open too many menus that is where your computer will be loaded with open screens. Once this happens it is hard to quick toggle between open menus and can be a clutter of a mess. I do dislike that a lot of fields within the program can't be left blank when looking for items so it's a constant repeat of entries.
I am not a fan that statements can't be sent automatically from the program like with Yardi. MRI also doesn't allow for individual statements to be printed for tenants so you must print by property, export to PDF and separate from their which is time consuming.
Definitely recommend comparing with Yardi to see which program better fits business needs. Yardi is a lot more expensive but overall I prefer it slightly better cosmetically, ease of use and available tech support.
Works well for Commercial Property Management. Receivables, payables, lease admin, financial reporting and billing of charges are all a breeze. I love the layout that all reports are printed in so it makes reading and translating a breeze.
Applying prepayments and billing late fees are all avail with a click of a button and is pretty accurate for the most part. MRI can be customized to a business major leads and certain tasks or areas of accessibility of the program can be delegated by department. Tenant statements can be manipulated to appear and have remittance areas created if printed on proliferated paper.