Leading IT providers to gather for roundtable

Staff Reporter

The industry’s leading IT providers will come together for an industry-first technology roundtable to be hosted by Real Estate Business.

Hosted at the Real Estate Business office in North Sydney on Wednesday 12 September, the roundtable will address a number of key issues raised by leading industry professionals.

Real Estate Business editor Simon Parker said the roundtable will provide an invaluable insight into what kind of innovation lies ahead and how agents can improve business efficiencies and productivity moving forward.

“Technology is a significant driver in a competitive real estate industry. Whether you’re looking at streamlining efficiencies through your CRM system or considering how to engage the latest technology in marketing your business, there is no doubt that the industry is evolving rapidly.

“We have a unique opportunity to bring together some of the industry’s leading lights to consider what tools agents will have access to in the future and how businesses can use today’s technology to greatest effect."

Findings from the Technology Roundtable will be published in the October issue of Real Estate Business. Video footage and insights will also be available at www.rebonline.com.au.

Staff Reporter

The industry’s leading IT providers will come together for an industry-first technology roundtable to be hosted by Real Estate Business.

Hosted at the Real Estate Business office in North Sydney on Wednesday 12 September, the roundtable will address a number of key issues raised by leading industry professionals.

Real Estate Business editor Simon Parker said the roundtable will provide an invaluable insight into what kind of innovation lies ahead and how agents can improve business efficiencies and productivity moving forward.

“Technology is a significant driver in a competitive real estate industry. Whether you’re looking at streamlining efficiencies through your CRM system or considering how to engage the latest technology in marketing your business, there is no doubt that the industry is evolving rapidly.

“We have a unique opportunity to bring together some of the industry’s leading lights to consider what tools agents will have access to in the future and how businesses can use today’s technology to greatest effect."

Findings from the Technology Roundtable will be published in the October issue of Real Estate Business. Video footage and insights will also be available at www.rebonline.com.au.

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