iPad app to help agents be more productive

iPad app to help agents be more productive

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A franchise agency has launched an all-in-one app for agents to help manage their time and streamline work.

Harcourts launched its eAgent app for the iPad in Western Australia this week, after unveiling it at their annual conference on the Gold Coast earlier this year.

The app is a contact, task and listing management application that has been specifically designed to utilise the iPad’s functionality to improve both mobility and productivity.

The primary features of eAgent include automatic reminders of current, future and outstanding contacts and tasks, a dashboard to track monthly and total contact targets, and contacts, tasks and notes that sync directly to the Harcourts One technology suite.

Stuart Cox, chief executive officer of Harcourts Western Australia, said the new technology will be invaluable to agents.

“eAgent is a great new product that will allow our sales team to be more productive while out and about in the field, and will help to minimise the amount of data that is lost while agents are out of the office,” he said.

Leigh Moore, director of Harcourts Kardinya, in WA, told Real Estate Business that the app will be helpful in the future, once they learn how to use it.

“It’s got plenty of great features, we’ll definitely be using it,” he said.

“We haven’t had enough time to go through every feature just yet, but from what we’ve used it for so far, it looks great.”

Staff Reporter

A franchise agency has launched an all-in-one app for agents to help manage their time and streamline work.

Harcourts launched its eAgent app for the iPad in Western Australia this week, after unveiling it at their annual conference on the Gold Coast earlier this year.

The app is a contact, task and listing management application that has been specifically designed to utilise the iPad’s functionality to improve both mobility and productivity.

The primary features of eAgent include automatic reminders of current, future and outstanding contacts and tasks, a dashboard to track monthly and total contact targets, and contacts, tasks and notes that sync directly to the Harcourts One technology suite.

Stuart Cox, chief executive officer of Harcourts Western Australia, said the new technology will be invaluable to agents.

“eAgent is a great new product that will allow our sales team to be more productive while out and about in the field, and will help to minimise the amount of data that is lost while agents are out of the office,” he said.

Leigh Moore, director of Harcourts Kardinya, in WA, told Real Estate Business that the app will be helpful in the future, once they learn how to use it.

“It’s got plenty of great features, we’ll definitely be using it,” he said.

“We haven’t had enough time to go through every feature just yet, but from what we’ve used it for so far, it looks great.”

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