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Real estate tech company ramps up MLS product

MLSNI is early adopter of new tools
Published on Dec 13, 2005

The Multiple Listing Service of Northern Illinois has implemented a new method of inputting and changing property listing information, an MLS technology company announced today. DynaConnections, an Austin, Texas, company that builds Web-based MLS tools, announced that MLSNI is using new functions through the company's connectMLS product. This "is the first step in MLSNI's five-part process towards a single system for every step of the real estate process, utilizing the latest release of connectMLS along with several features customized for MLSNI. Early reviews are positive, as connectMLS handled over 1,200 new listings added on the first day, as well as demonstrated the power to handle almost 6,000 simultaneous users, of which over 4,000 were Realtor subscribers," dynaConnections reported. MLSNI subscribers began using connectMLS in 2003, and the new functions allow users to add and change property listings through connectMLS directly rather than using another product. Lynn Strantz, ...

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