Wednesday, 14 August 2013

RESAAS does it again: recognized by industry magazine as Top 5 app

RESAAS does it again: recognized by industry magazine as Top 5 app
Another success was added to the track record of the social network for real estate professionals, RESAAS Services Inc. (CNSX:RSS), Tuesday,  when its signature app  won a spot in the list of ‘five best apps to help you manage your business better’ published by industry bible Realtor Magazine. 
The accolade from the official magazine of the National Association of Realtors was awarded to the app, reblasts, a light-on-its-feet approach to keeping professionals up to date with happenings in the market.
The app allows for seamless real-time communication between real estate professionals on the go -- including for photos to be shared, news to be posted, and realtors to connect with other with real estate professionals on the RESAAS platform. The app automatically generates real estate workflow into social content known as ‘real estate broadcasts’ that is then instantly pushed out to the RESAAS platform and other social networks.
"We are pleased to be recognized by Realtor Magazine as one of the five best apps to help manage your business better," said vice-president of Growth, Andrew Thompson. "Enterprise software has seen a huge shift over the last few years due to the 'consumerization of the enterprise' along with significant mobile smart phone adoption. RESAAS continues to lead this trend in the real estate industry and have built fast and dynamic mobile apps for Google’s Android, Apple's iOS, and Windows' tablet operating system. Real estate professionals can now access their content and market their knowledge in real-time, while on the go."
News of the industry recognition comes midway through a year of steady achievement and continuing momentum for the real estate social networking platform.
The platform, designed to allow real-time updating of property listings as well as the ability to sync with social media sites such asFacebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Twitter, has already taken off in North America, where RESAAS has added a broker several times a month across Canada and the U.S. since opening for business at the start of the year. New frontiers beckon for the Vancouver-based social media company: as recently as June RESAAS announced its intentions to raise up to $2 million through a non-brokered private placement financing, with the new funds to be used mainly for expansion into Europe, to address demand from new major markets.
The company was picked to power Inman News' Real Estate Connect conference in San Francisco last month, news that was announced less than a week after RESAAS was chosen to power the upcoming summit hosted by the Asian Real Estate Association (AREAA) of America in Vancouver also in July.
Shares of RESAAS  closed Tuesday at $1.12 on the Canadian National Stock Exchange. 

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