Lone Wolf leadership changes and additions signal commitment to keeping real estate agents, brokers, MLSs, and associations at the forefront of technology
Hot on the heels of some big acquisitions in the real estate technology space, Lone Wolf Technologies announced some new hires of prominent real estate veterans, leaders, and innovators to the organization, including:
- Greg Robertson, co-founder and CEO of W+R Studios, author, and thought leader behind Vendor Alley, is now Lone Wolf’s General Manager, MLS & Franchisors
- Lisa Mihelcich, formerly COO of zipLogix, is now General Manager, Associations
- David Anderson, founder and CEO of LionDesk, is now General Manager, Agent & Teams
- Aaron Kardell, founder and CEO of HomeSpotter, is now Head of Product
- Sean Wheeler, formerly of RealPage, is now Chief Technology Officer
Combined, these new leaders bring over 75 years of industry experience to the organization, reinforcing the company’s deep commitment to real estate agents, brokers, MLSs, and associations and its vision to simplify real estate through a connected digital experience.
“Our technology has always been built for real estate professionals, by real estate professionals,” said Jimmy Kelly, CEO and president of Lone Wolf. “That’s true to this day. With these new additions, we’re bringing together some of the strongest talents in real estate today, each with a tremendous passion for the industry and its stakeholders. I’m confident their added expertise will have a huge impact on our company and make a real difference in the lives of our customers.”
Together with Lone Wolf’s existing leadership team, these new additions will help the company create a fully connected digital platform, featuring the most used solutions in real estate and putting unprecedented capability in each users’ hands.
“I’m looking forward to accomplishing some amazing things at Lone Wolf,” said Sean Wheeler, Lone Wolf’s Chief Technology Officer. “We already offer the top digital solutions in real estate today, but there’s so much more we can do. We’re doubling down on our innovation efforts, so we can deliver the most complete, inclusive, and secure technology platform real estate has ever seen.”
The new leaders join Lone Wolf at an exciting time. The company recently added digital marketing and lead generation to its Agent Cloud, Broker Cloud, and MLS/Association Cloud; created Digital Title Orders along with the leading title companies in the U.S.; introduced real estate’s first AI-powered recruiting solution for brokers, Recruit and launched the new Cloud CMA for brokers, featuring a two-way connection with Lone Wolf Transactions. By incorporating emerging technologies like AI and machine learning, and creating connections for everything from listing to close, Lone Wolf’s solutions give agents, brokers, MLSs, and associations a competitive edge in a rapidly changing industry.
“This is an important time for real estate,” said Greg Robertson, GM, MLS and Franchisors. “The pandemic still looms large, disruptors are becoming more and more commonplace, and consumer expectations are increasing by the day. Lone Wolf is here to help real estate professionals adapt and look to the future. With the team that we’re bringing together, and the technology we’re delivering, Lone Wolf’s in an incredibly unique position to affect meaningful, long-term change for all of real estate in North America.”