The very young Realvolve is a cloud-based software platform designed to make real estate professionals’ businesses more streamlined and sustainable. They launched not long ago, but have already been adopted by some of the most tech-savvy brokerages and professionals in the industry.
Fast forward to today, and the new company has announced they are acquiring CRM provider, Advantage Xi. But they’re not just snatching up a competitor, they’re acquiring their customers and bringing on the company founder, Mark Stepp, as the Chief Information Officer. Stepp manage all sales, support, and product development, including a broad range of enhancements and platform integrations to the Realvolve platform after consulting with Realvolve for the last two years.
Advantage Xi users will be transitioned from a native Microsoft Windows app to a modern web-based app which can be used on any destop or mobile tablet device.
“I’ve dedicated myself to meeting the needs of my customers. Realvolve offers my existing customers the features they want on the platform of their choice”, Stepp said.
In a statement, Realvolve notes that Stepp’s “unique insights of how real estate agents use technology have already been realized in much of the Realvolve platform, including the software’s workflow design and management system. A workflow automates and streamlines the day-to-day tasks and chores of a professional real estate agent.”
“Mark is a key addition to the Realvolve team. The features he has contributed to our platform so far are unmatched in the Real Estate industry, and Mark has countless more innovations in mind. We look forward to serving the numerous customers AdvantageXi has accumulated over the past two decades,” said Dave Crumby, CEO of Realvolve.
Kendyl Young, Founder at DIGGS said, “Realvolve is on it’s way to being the holy grail of real estate CRMs.” Echoing a similar sentiment, Broker Gwen Daubenmeyer said of Realvolve, “The Best CRM I’ve seen in Real Estate. Period.”