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Our customers are our partners. That means we’re not successful until they are. Take a look below at fetch in action, and see how delivery drives us.


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Core Spaces ditched package rooms with Fetch! See how this offsite solution saved space and time while boosting student resident satisfaction.
Fetch Empowers Core Spaces to Design Communities for Students, Not Packages
Pool in foreground with apartment building in background.
As e-commerce grew, and especially during the holiday package surge, package volume became too much for onsite associates to manage. 
Fetch caters to resident preferences while enabling Bridge at Waters Park team to refocus energy
wood residential and wood partners apartment community
Wood Partners Reclaims Time and Space Through Fetch Deployments
package solution, package delivery, ZRS management, on-site team
With her Houston, Texas ZRS community 95% occupied, only 35% of residents would actually be able to utilize their current package system.
ZRS community gives on-site staff time back & increases NOI through Fetch
draper and kramer multifamily chicago community
While Fetch has directly impacted the resident experience where it has been implemented as a package solution, Kramer said it is the ancillary benefits Fetch provides that has truly helped to drive resident satisfaction.
Fetch Boosts Resident Satisfaction, Customer Service at Draper and Kramer
Fetch drives resident satisfaction with Fetch package solution, Resident satisfaction, Ivy Residences apartment community with Fetch
Ivy Residences finds package management solution in Fetch for Hyde Park communities.
Ivy Residences Drives Resident Satisfaction with Fetch
Package sitting at multifamily community door through direct-to-door delivery. Michelle wood case study showing impact of direct-to-door delivery
Fetch, a better delivery experience than package lockers
The Resident Perspective
ZRS Managment building The Monarch Medical District birds eye view of the outdoor pool
ZRS Finds a Permanent Package Solution in Fetch
ZRS Management Case Study
Griffis Residential Case Study
Griffis Residential Improves Resident Satisfaction, Renewal Rates Through Fetch
Indigo Springs Apartment Complex, Phoenix, AZ
Indigo Springs Case Study
Phoenix community eliminates package pileup by switching to fetch
Cameron South Park Apartment Complex, Charlotte SC
Cameron South Park Case Study
Charlotte community takes back on-site day-to-day operations by introducing fetch as package management solution
The Ventana Apartments, Denver, CO
The Ventana Apartments Case Study
fetch eliminates pandemic pain points associated with package management for denver based community
Virginia-based Gates Hudson community
Gates Hudson Portfolio Case Study
Fetch Lifts Increasing Package Burden
Lantower Westshore Living Apartments, Tampa, FL
Lantower Westshore Living Case Study
fetch answers package problem by freeing up time and space
Hendrix Apartments located in the H Street NE Corridor of Washington, D.C.
Hendrix & Oslo's Community Case Study
Unmatched Service Experiences
Alexan Enclave, a 352-unit ZRS community, Houston’s Energy Corridor
an Alexan Enclave case study
Door-to-Door Delivery With No Hassle
Alta Strand Apartment Complex, Dallas, Texas
an Alta Strand case study
Driving Revenues and Productivity
How does fetch stack-up against other package management solutions?

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what’s in it for you?

We understand that package management creates different types of stress for different people. Let us show you how fetch’s solution benefits every level of your organization.

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why I started fetch

I was always looking for something to start on my own. Something to pour my blood, sweat, and tears into, and something I would be proud of.

In 2015 I moved to one of the biggest Uptown Dallas apartment buildings and quickly had a few packages lost in the shuffle of the onsite package room. I looked around and saw most buildings still handling packages themselves, allocating valuable real estate and staff time to handle hundreds or thousands of packages a week. With e-commerce growing at 20% every year, I thought, "Do buildings really want to dedicate the required space and resources to continue doing this themselves for years to come? No. There’s no way."

What I came up with was an idea to re-direct all resident packages to a local warehouse. This solves the problem for the property manager, getting them completely out of the package business. Then offer door-to-door delivery to residents on their schedule, not around leasing office hours.

– Michael Patton, 
   Fetch Founder & CEO

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