Fetch Announces National Preferred Vendor Partnership with Wood Residential Services

Fetch continues to develop strategic partnerships with many of the largest property management and multifamily development companies in the US.

Fetch, announced today a new partnership with Wood Residential Services as part of their National Preferred Vendor Program. Wood Residential managed properties now have access to an innovative package management solution that adds a distinctive amenity for their residents. “As online shopping has increased, we’ve seen an influx of resident package deliveries. Fetch has assisted us with maintaining a standard of excellence in package management. Additionally, we have seen a significant financial benefit combined with the ancillary revenues produced.” – Kelly Keech, Regional Vice President, Wood Residential Services

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