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Lone Wolf Introduces Cloud Solutions

Real estate’s top digital technology now available through integrated cloud solutions

Lone Wolf Technologies (“Lone Wolf”) recently announced the availability of real estate’s first integrated suites of technology solutions targeted to the specific and unique needs of residential real estate stakeholders: Agent Cloud, Team Cloud, Broker Cloud, Franchise Cloud, and Organization Cloud. Each cloud solution connects real estate’s leading technology in a single package and is available for purchase today through lwolf.com

Lone Wolf Broker Cloud features real estate’s top digital solutions for transactions, back office, accounting, and business insights.

“The Pandemic has put a pause button on the industry,” says Matt Keenan, Chief Revenue Officer for Lone Wolf. “We noticed a lot of capable point solutions, but a lack of data and process flow across the region. We then took our product and augmented it with data, process and security,” he adds.

“The industry has long sought end-to-end solutions, but no one’s been able to make it happen. We’ve done that, and more,” says Jimmy Kelly, CEO of Lone Wolf. “By fully integrating our solutions and connecting them to some of the best tech providers in North America, we’ve not only delivered an end-to-end solution, but an entire suite of end-to-end solutions tailored to each stakeholder role in the industry. And we’re doing it with the best tech available today, from forms, eSignature, and transaction management to back office, accounting, and insights. With Lone Wolf’s clouds, it’s now possible to have a complete—and completely connected—digital experience, whether you’re an agent, broker, administrator, or buyer and seller. That’s real estate re-imagined.”

The Broker Cloud features a collection of real estate’s leading digital solutions to give brokers everything they need to run their business, serve their buyers and sellers, and improve profitability.

Solutions include:

  • Lone Wolf Transactions, formerly known as zipForm Plus and TransactionDesk.
  • Lone Wolf Back Office, formerly known as brokerWOLF, the back office and accounting solution used by over 10,000 offices in North America.
  • Lone Wolf Insights, an AI-enabled solution that translates Back Office data into plain language and puts profitability in the broker’s hands, providing them with actionable insights to improve agent performance and bolster their coaching and retainment efforts.
  • Lone Wolf Marketplace, a curated library of best-in-class digital tools that plug and play so that agents and brokerages can manage their client experience from start to finish in one solution.

The Agent Cloud is a complete suite of solutions that connects every aspect of an agent’s transactions to provide an unrivaled client experience, including:

Lone Wolf Marketplace, a curated library of digital tools that plug and play into Transactions, so agents can manage the entire deal and client experience in a single place.

“One of the biggest obstacles real estate has in providing a complete digital experience is the adoption of new tech,” said  Keenan. “The acquisition of zipLogix and Instanet Solutions allowed Lone Wolf to build a best-in-class suite of solutions that is tightly integrated with MLSs and associations across North America, so agent adoption is already built in. With our cloud solutions, we believe it’s finally possible for all participants in the real estate industry to have an unparalleled digital real estate experience.” 

“We are trying to position our products, solutions, and integration to be where the industry will be, rather than where it is right now,” says Keenan. “Right now, we’re working on analytics and talent management, which will be impactful for brokers.”

 

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