Partnering in the real estate industry

Published on 16 July, 2013 by Graeme Perkins

“It’s just thinking a little bit outside the square and having the courage to say, ‘yes, I’m going to partner with someone’. It doesn’t need to be the traditional accounting or financial planning firm, it can be pretty much any professional organization you can work with and entrench yourself into as part of their process.“

We’re focused on the real estate industry here at Rundl, so this link caught our attention. Because we’re building a platform to help professionals partner with each other around processes.

In the past we’ve built traditional online customer portals, where professional services organisations can interact on a one-to-one basis with customers. We learned how professionals were limited by this approach. A professional leverages not only their knowledge and skill in delivering a service but, increasingly, an industry-wide network of related professionals. This is evident in the real estate industry, and many others.

So if you do look at partnering, how will you interact and track what everyone is doing? You’ll need to manage the confusion and delay typically encountered by professionals when they depend on external partners and suppliers. To succeed you’ll need more than a customer portal.

Rundl is a platform for professionals to manage working with anyone (partners, customers, and suppliers) around business processes. It makes it easy for professionals to manage services involving many stakeholders across different organisations. Rundl can help firms partnering with other professionals in the real estate industry.