Silicon Valley-based multilingual marketing and network solutions company Proxio recently announced its acquisition of PCMS Consulting, a Miami-based firm.

The news comes along with plans to rapidly expand operations on a global scale, and Proxio now has the ability to extend consulting services to its brokerage clients.

PCMS Consulting will operate as a subsidiary and will not change the way it currently does business or its clientele. The services that Proxio offers, including its ProxioPro platform, will be maintained.

Founded in 2007, PCMS Consulting was created to help brokerages build their business. Its offerings are all available a la carte and include mobile real estate search, a fully integrated CRM and mobile-friendly website, marketing analytics, post-close marketing, real estate search engine optimization, agent recruiting and more.

With the acquisition, Jose Perez, founder and president of PCMS Consulting, was named executive vice president of global sales and has brought on four new senior sales executives to jump-start the company’s growth. Perez is spearheading the expansion of a major sales team across the company’s product lines, as well as maintaining his position as president of PCMS.


“The synergies of this acquisition were so obvious and so compelling that it happened very quickly, progressing from initial discussion to completion within three months. Proxio is in acquisition mode, and will be looking for further “tuck-in” acquisitions over the coming months,” said Denessa Munsterman, Proxio spokeswoman.

PCMS clients now have access to technology solutions throughout the world as they become a part of Proxio’s global network of brokerages, MLS partners and more. The original product offerings are being redesigned for release in the fall.

Among the goals for Proxio is expanding in various international markets. The company currently has a subsidiary in Mexico, Proxio Mexico S.A.P.I. Additionally, the company has a partnership in Brazil, providing white-label services to local brokerages and a large media company in South America.

Price structures are expected to remain stable for the foreseen future.

Email Kimberly Manning.

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