HOUSTON-July 31, 2018-RealNex, a commercial real estate technology company, today announced several important advancements to its CORE CRM solution. This new release brings even more of its powerful desktop functionality to the cloud and adds new capabilities.
HOUSTON-July 25, 2018-RealNex, a commercial real estate technology company, today announced several advancements to its MarketPlace solution that dramatically improves the user experience. The RealNex MarketPlace is a powerful Listing Management tool for commercial real estate brokers and a dynamic property marketing engine that drives transactional efficiency for buyers, sellers and end-users.
All Commercial Listing Systems are not created equally. Some are too expensive, others too limited and only one is part of a completely integrated suite of CRE Tech solutions. More than a CRE Listing System, the RealNex MarketPlace is part of Full blown marketing automation machine. Getting started is simple...and it’s Free!
It seems as if there is a continual stream of blog posts and articles about how technology is changing and shaping our lives. The CRE industry is no exception. Withing the industry technology functions as a series of ripples that continue to move ever faster and stronger as they pulse from the center, altering the way we work and attract business. Certainly, technological advancements in the last decade have impacted CRE by making information and transactions more accessible and faster-paced.
Commercial real estate has advanced in leaps and bounds this past year, with new technologies and ideas for using them appearing at a rate that is nearly impossible to keep up with. But, in our fast-paced, real estate work, keeping up with these trends is imperative.
Over the holiday weekend RealNex released a new portal and dashboard – including migrating the legacy products into three newly-configured components. Much of the new user interface is intuitive, but to give you a closer look into the changes happening at RealNex, we are asking RealNex CEO, Jeff Finn, to give us the inside scoop.
With the recent and all-consuming expansion of cloud-based storage and server technology, it’s becoming easier and easier to streamline massive amounts of data and consolidate what once used to be several different programs, databases, and even file cabinets into one digital, easy-to-use, easy-to-access, and easy-to-secure system.