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Tom Ferry International Partners with Contactually

Tom Ferry International announces the debut of the Tom Ferry CRM Powered by Contactually. It becomes part of The HUB, a new and powerful “all-in-one” real estate business solution launched today at the Tom Ferry Success Summit in Anaheim, California.

The Tom Ferry International rigorous accountability system provides agents with the support, discipline, and technology they need to focus on their business and generate more listings, more referrals, and more activity. Introduction of The HUB will further enhance these efforts. The CRM powered by Contactually keeps agents at the top of their profession by continually monitoring the strength of their network and alerting them to relationships that are in need of attention.

“We’ve always believed that a CRM is one of the most important tools our coaching clients need. Maintaining consistent contact and building relationships with your customers is so crucial to any sales business,” stated Ferry. “I’ve admired the work that Contactually is doing for a long time. In my work with tens of thousands of real estate agents and teams, I’ve seen many CRMs. I chose Contactually for its innovative design and ability to integrate seamlessly with other tools agents use.”

Tom Ferry’s coaching members will receive access to the Tom Ferry CRM Powered by Contactually as an added benefit of their coaching program. Their coaches will be able to review data from the CRM together in real time during coaching sessions with members. This enables the coach to hone in on valuable insights surfaced by the CRM and provide immediate feedback on areas that need attention. Over time, the Tom Ferry team plans to add additional custom templates and campaigns to the CRM.

“Tom Ferry is a success for a reason, he consistently motivates agents to achieve more than they ever thought possible,” added Keith Altman, VP of Sales for Contactually. “We are honored that he has chosen Contactually to give his clients an edge in growing their businesses through strategic relationship management.”

Contactually is known throughout the real estate industry for having a high adoption rate among agents. The intelligent CRM uses a system of buckets to help agents easily categorize their clients and set rules for frequency of contact. Contactually also guides agents through communication by providing optimized email prompts and templates as well as determining the ideal time to send for each individual client.

“We have seen, time and time again, how effective marrying coaching and technology can be to help agents surpass their goals,” said Zvi Band, CEO of Contactually. “Tom’s coaches have proven to be incredibly powerful and we are thankful to partner with them to add even more value to the real estate professionals working with Tom and his team.”

Non-members of Tom Ferry’s coaching programs can access the Tom Ferry CRM Powered by Contactually by subscribing to The HUB Pro, which also includes business planning and activity tracking tools, The Smartest Referral Network, Video Role Plays and much more.

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