Information System for Residential and Property Management


General information about System ARMeS

Information System ARMeS (Advanced Residential and Property Management System) is an advanced system for managing business and residential facilities. In the system, all modules and included software solutions are mutually compatible and constitute a unified integral information system. Employees, users and participants, in working with the ARMeS system or with some part of it only once enter data into the central database, and this data will be available to all other authorized users of information system depending on the assigned privileges. The users work using the electoral screens. The electoral screens are selected by the level of works to the last level on which the specific screen is accessed (the table) with the corresponding data. On each accessed screen view or preview window, depending on the authorization of the user who accessed the system, basic activities for work were enabled by entering, modifying and/or deleting the selected data using the work form.

Structure of System ARMeS

The main menu screen consists of the basic parts:

  1. Catalogues - Code Book
  2. Building Management
  3. Functions
  4. Reports
  5. Administration
  6. Help

The basic part Catalogues is intended for inspection and work with the codes necessary for work in other parts of the system, and it is mandatory to prepare, or update, all necessary codes. Users are also allowed to update codes while working in other parts of the system.

Regular work is done by selecting the appropriate activity in II, III. and IV. part of the system, i.e. the selection is accessed by the selected screen preview.

On screen reviews, depending on their complexity and data type, users are able to search and filter data, and by using certain function keys, certain procedures are triggered, they receive additional reviews and/or process all or just the selected data.
When opening a single record to view it in a new window, related reviews are displayed.

Building Management contains an overview of buildings, entrances, flats and users and owners of these same flats. In this part of the system there are also the finances of the building, related loans and duties, and outgoing and inbound accounts, transfer orders, building requirements as well as notices and lawsuits to users and/or flat owners for unpaid debts.

System reporting or printing of a specific document or list and performing functions is enabled by starting the button on a specific screen view or through the main menu. When choosing to access and form a selected report or perform a selected function the user are offered parameters for forming the report and starting the function. The formed report or document is saved in PDF format on the local computer and can be printed, while by the execution of a function, to the user is showed the progress of data processing, and additional buttons and links are offered to open the newly created or existing modified records.

The administration refers on granting access rights to work with individual parts of the system. An Administrator can grant the user privileges to read, read and update, and update. Help provides users with basic guidelines for using the system.

Additional possibilities of system ARMeS

Access for external users – owners, users and authorized persons is provided for insight into the review of overdue and paid flat assignments, and an additional review of the building account. Unpaid duties are shown in the form of a transfer order with the respective barcodes that can easily be paid to duties.

For regular operation in system ARMeS attached to the software package, or system, the application module for user administration will be delivered, and the update of their privileges to work:

  • Authentication:- to access the database or any part of the system, users are required to use a unique username and password, and without their knowledge they cannot use the system or any part thereof. Assigning a user name and initial password to each user is the responsibility of the system administrator.
  • Authorization:- each user has specific privileges (data entry, writing– update and review, only review i.e. read and without authorization) over the agreed parts of the system.

All reports from the system are made in graphical form (the possibility of printing on InkJet and laser printers) and are formed in PDF file.

Backing up a database is supported by server settings and customized for storing on available server devices.

The application is manufactured in accordance with the GDPR operating conditions.