Press release

HappyCo Celebrates the Maintenance Supervisor Behind App’s 100 Millionth Photo

Sponsored by Businesswire

HappyCo is excited to announce 100 million photos have been captured by
its mobile software solution, Happy
. Offering standardized data capture and real-time
visibility into property operations portfolio-wide, Happy Inspector is
used by multifamily operators across the United States and beyond.

Maintenance supervisor James Hamilton was conducting a playground safety
equipment check at a Maxus Properties community when he took the
record-setting photo. HappyCo CEO Jindou Lee flew to Arkansas to
surprise Hamilton and present hand-selected gifts. The maintenance
supervisor thanked Lee for creating the mobile solution, too.

“Thank you so much for building this! I don’t have to worry about paper
forms going missing anymore — I just love it.” Regional managers and
other senior executives watched as Lee presented Hamilton with a signed
jersey from his favorite Dallas Cowboy player, linebacker Leighton
Vander Esch. Hamilton also received a custom HappyCo Elite t-shirt, hat,
and personalized certificate.

CEO Jindou Lee envisions even greater milestones in the realm of data
capture. “In the next ten years, I’m convinced that artificial
intelligence will truly change the game for multifamily asset
management. I predict technicians will be able to snap a photo and image
recognition software will present relevant options and information, like
maintenance and inspection history, inventory fulfillment, resident
names, pet information and more.”


HappyCo (
is a San Francisco-based software company that builds mobile and cloud
solutions to enable real-time property operations. Its Happy Inspector
product is used by thousands of companies and has captured more than 175
million items inspected. The company was founded in 2011 and is
privately held.