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Since the two real-estate software companies share many brokerage clients, rezora and Contactually teamed up to create a new syncing integration that makes using the two products together more seamless. The new integration will auto-sync contacts each day from Contactually into rezora, saving time for real estate agents.
Contactually provides a SaaS-based CRM platform for real-estate agents and brokerages while rezora provides digital marketing for real-estate firms. The integration will help agents focus on engaging their contacts through rezora’s marketing efforts.
“One of the benefits of a best-in-class CRM like Contactually is that agents can keep and organize their contacts in one place; they never need to do the same work twice,” Zvi Band, CEO of Contactually, said in a press release. With the integration, Band said agents would be able to get the benefits of Contactually when using rezora.
The contact syncing integration will keep the contact lists up to date and there’s no need to organize lists in rezora if they’ve already been organized in Contactually. From inside rezora, agents using the integration software can choose which list to send their marketing piece to, and send with the click of a button. Within rezora, agents can also publish a live marketing piece, share it on social media platforms and track analytics.
“We wanted to enable a better experience for agents to manage contacts seamlessly, so they can focus more on promoting their listings and themselves.” Jake Shanesy, rezora’s vice president of product, said in a press release. “Ultimately, we wanted to make sure we were providing a better experience for potential homebuyers and sellers alike.”
The integration is live and can be initiated in rezora. Visit rezora’s blog to find out more about how the integration is supposed to function.
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