There are lots of different use cases for #CleanApp deployment both within services like AirBnB & as a standalone data sharing protocol. Here are some starting premises everyone can agree on:

  1. Hosts want to keep tabs on their properties & want to know exactly where a problem area is from guests.
  2. Hosts may want to be able to send #CleanApp reports to themselves and/or to guests and/or to AirBnB and/or to third parties.
  3. Guests have many incentives to tell hosts about problem areas.
  4. Guests can be incentivized to even respond to some #CleanApp reports from, say, previous guests for a discount on a rate, or other incentives.

When one considers the possibility of linking with realtime/subscription-based third party cleaning services, the efficiency gains created by CleanApp become overwhelming. Among many other things, this allows “absentee landlords” to become more-engaged remote operators. Using only 2017 tech, you can already remotely control video feeds from RoboVacs, going from room to room to see problem areas or to check on pets or plants.

Home automation rates will continue to spike through 2018-2020. This heightens the need for harmonized rational approach to guest/host interactions in every hospitality setting, not only in AirBnB.

Done right, #CleanApp opens a world of nextgen #sharing economy opportunities. For instance:

Previous Guest paid full rate for a room & leaves it in a normal condition, but with some tissues on the floor, and coffee spills on the counters. Host performs a virtual/remote #CleanAppScan. Next Guest can receive a negotiated discount on the full rate for ameliorating the host’s #CleanApp reports.

There are a lot of additional use cases and examples & we’re more than glad to share them. But we’d also love to hear yours. Let us know @CleanApp.