Fidelity National Financial’s real estate division has made its office management system directly compatible with RE/MAX’s , the company said today.

Broker BackOffice Pro, Fidelity’s office management solution, is now integrated directly with FRAMES, which is RE/MAX’s proprietary system for reporting individual office statistics to its regional and international offices.

With the new integration, agents won’t have to enter data twice. Once they’ve keyed the information into BrokerBackOffice Pro, which is office management software, the data can be transferred into FRAMES.

To use the update, RE/MAX professionals need to be using Broker BackOffice Pro version 5.0 or higher. Broker BackOffice Pro users can download the update at

“The new integration between Broker BackOffice Pro and the FRAMES system has tremendously simplified our internal reporting process,” said Sherry Duffie, Office Administrator for RE/MAX AllStars in Brighton, Mich., in a statement. “Reporting that used to take more than thirty minutes daily now takes less than half the time as a result of this upgrade.”

This Broker BackOffice Pro update is the latest in a series of integrations and enhancements Fidelity National Real Estate Solutions has brought to fruition over the past couple months.

Last month, the company announced the integration of Broker BackOffice Pro with Microsoft Office Small Business Accounting 2006 software, which enables clients to manage their real estate and accounting transactions through a single solution customized for the real estate industry.

“Recently, we have been focused on several major integrations and updates designed to create greater efficiencies for real estate professionals,” said Scott Hoen, Executive Vice President of Fidelity National Real Estate Solutions. “These enhancements demonstrate our ongoing commitment to listening to our customers’ needs and delivering meaningful solutions.”


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