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ZipRealty has launched the ZapStoreTM, an innovative app and service marketplace directly integrated within the Realogy Franchise Group’s ZapTM platform. The ZapStore makes it easier to connect to third-party technology and services, linking industry leaders and innovators to the Zap technology platform that is currently being deployed to Realogy’s nationwide network of approximately 6,000 brokerage offices and 180,000 affiliated sales associates under the Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate, CENTURY 21®, Coldwell Banker®, ERA® and Sotheby’s International Realty® brands. The ZapStore vision includes a broad range of features and product extensions that will begin rolling out in 2016. At launch, the ZapStore includes single sign-on integrations with partners and an online store for brokers to select, purchase, and easily access their favorite services. In the future, the ZapStore will offer a similar experience for agents, as well as deeper data integrations between partners and the Zap platform. The ZapStore launch will also allow real estate technology developers to enjoy unprecedented reach across the Realogy affiliate network with a single point of integration. “We are removing the technology integration barriers that stand between our industry and the most advanced technologies available,” said Alex Perriello, president and chief executive officer of the Realogy Franchise Group. “Through the ZapStore, tech providers can begin building products that work seamlessly on one platform, while gaining access to the world’s largest network of agents and brokers.” The goal of the Zap platform is to support brokers and agents in every aspect of their daily business—from lead generation and branded marketing to CRM and transaction management. The ever-growing offerings at the ZapStore will support these tasks and more, delivering fresh ways for real estate professionals to connect to consumers in the digital age. “Our mission with Zap is to help Realogy-affiliated brokers and agents be as efficient and successful as possible in today’s technology-rich landscape,” said ZipRealty CEO Lanny Baker. “The ZapStore furthers our ability to facilitate those successes, opening up our platform to integrate valuable products, while reducing systems integration costs for our brokerage and agent users.” ZipRealty launched the ZapStore with real estate partners including AccountTECH, Alignmark, American Home Shield, Cloud CMA, DocuSign, dotloop®, Imprev, Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies, Loop & Tie, Xpressdocs and Zillow Group. ZipRealty will also offer a proprietary search engine marketing service through the ZapStore for use by brokers. Related articles across the web Other posts by Real Street Tech NOTE:This is a summary of a post found on Real Street Tech | The Smart Place For CRE.Parts of it may be missing…. …Read More…
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