We have heard of the old saying “Money can’t buy happiness”. Well, it looks like it is only half true and needs revision . According to research, money can buy happiness depending on what you spend it on.
A research by Harvard university surveying 6,000 respondents in four countries found that life satisfaction was typically higher for people who regularly spend money to save time. This was true regardless of household income, hours worked per week, marital status and number of children living at home.
We couldn’t agree more. To qualify it further, we believe that ‘level of satisfaction’ is dependent on the cost per time-saved – lesser the money spent for x time saved, more the satisfaction.
All our product features are designed around the objective of maximizing resident satisfaction by increasing convenience (time saved) and decreasing cost (money spent).