Cloud-based transaction management platform provider Cartavi has launched a broker version of its system that gives brokers insight and control over all of the deals in their office. Brokers have the option to co-brand the tool with their logo, and can set customized access authorizations, develop workflow templates, ensure process compliance and monitor deal activity in real time. Brokers retain ownership of transaction data when agents leave, and can decide whether to archive or discard done deals with the new tool. The broker tool was designed to give brokers a window into their firm's transaction data. Stats on a firm's transactions can be broken down by month or other time periods, said Cartavi co-founder Glenn Shimkus, who manages the product now as vice president of real estat...
Nov 7, 2013 by Inman
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