Xceligent integrates with ClientLook CRM
|Richard Harris in Enterprise Friday, December 23, 2016|
This launch is part of Xceligent's continued roll out of its uniquely-designed open source platform, which enables clients and partners to license its comprehensive set of leasing intelligence, marketing tools, sales comps, and research. The open-API design means that partner technologies can integrate their data directly into their solutions and provide clients with complete property information all in one place. Their business development resources will promote the CRM as part of its Solutions Set currently available in 50 US markets, as well as to users of its national marketplace, CommercialSearch.
"Xceligent's open platform design revolutionizes the way commercial real estate professionals can consume property data," said Xceligent CEO Doug Curry. "The upshot is that by integrating with our open platform, the industry enables a better user experience and fosters true market innovation," he said.
The CRM platform enables brokers and real estate professionals to organize and track prospective clients, deals, and properties of interest on one simple, cloud-based platform. Through the integration, ClientLook users will seamlessly and instantaneously access property data and research, powered by their flagship commercial property database, Xceligent CDX.
Additionally, ClientLook will integrate with, CommercialSearch, their free listing marketplace for property sales and leasing. Users will now be able to track and edit their company's active listings on ClientLook, and can publish a listing on the market platform directly from the CRM platform by marking it for "publication."
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