We love the excitement of moving, but hate the drama.
Our story is pretty simple
Updater by the numbers
relocating Americans have trusted Updater for their move.
For the first time, Updater was named one of the Best Places to Work in New York City by Crain’s New York Business and Best Companies Group.
The American Business Awards validated what we've thought all along: that we're the "Most Innovative Tech Company of the Year." Two years in a row: '16 and '15.
For the second time in three years, Updater was awarded "Best Booth Technology" at the American Moving & Storage Association's Annual Conference & Expo.
In just three short months after meeting us at NMHC OpTech, over 20 property managers decided to offer Updater to residents in over 700 apartment communities. Moving in just got a whole lot easier.
Our recent calculations show that people who use Updater have saved millions of hours over the last three years. Millions. That’s a lot.
It’s not huge, but it has a ping pong table. This is home for our multifamily team - those of us that work with apartment communities, student housing providers, and property management companies.
Don’t act like you’re not impressed.
Moving companies finally have an elegant, turnkey solution to differentiate themselves from the competition. Calling all white-glove movers – we want you!
That's right. We met great investors who loved our business and wanted to be a part of it.
What's Face? A rather simple game: take a tequila shot without making a face. Gretchen Altman (Product Manager) became the first official winner. Gretchen, watch out – others are practicing.
Updater was selected as a charter member of the National Association of REALTORS® tech accelerator, REach™. Translation: we learned from the best in the real estate industry and perfected our product for real estate agents, teams and brokerages.
After a year of listening to our awesome customers request important partnerships, we’ve made them happen. 10,000 partners now accept Updater notifications for their customers.
After being frustrated with his own move, David hired one developer and built Updater.