SharpLaunch Ushers in a New Era of Openness and Integration Among Real Estate Technology Leaders

PORTSMOUTH, NH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SharpLaunch, a leading provider of commercial real estate (CRE) marketing software, today announced the release of SharpLaunch 2.0, which delivers a level of openness and integration never before seen among the leaders of the CRE sector. This new release allows clients to bring properties to market three times faster, accelerating and increasing revenue.

CRE teams often use many products from different vendors in their trade marketing efforts. Since these products are typically not integrated, customers must manually integrate and coordinate their data and efforts across multiple software products, which is cumbersome, slow, and error-prone. SharpLaunch 2.0 automates this integration, eliminating time and effort and accelerating the rate at which owners and brokers can bring products to market and generate revenue.

The new SharpLaunch platform integrates with more major commercial real estate and marketing platforms than any other CRE marketing product. The new release offers expanded API integration capabilities with a growing ecosystem of industry leaders including Commercial Edge, Commercial Cafe, Property Shark, Commercial Search, Brevitas, Quantum Listing, Spacelist, Ri Marketplace, Apto, Coyote Software, Building Engines, Hubspot and Salesforce. . Customers and other third-party vendors can use the open API to integrate the SharpLaunch platform with any software they choose.

“Our customers have been very clear that one of the key areas of value to them from our new Prism platform is the focus on interoperability,” said Scott Sidman, executive vice president, Business & Corporate Development at Building Engines. “We are grateful to great partners like Sharplaunch who also recognize the importance of breaking down siled systems and data so joint customers can fully realize the PropTech promise through efficiency and great user experiences.”

“SharpLaunch opens a new chapter in the commercial real estate software market where customers benefit from openness and integration with other platforms,” ​​said Oli Farago, CEO of Coyote Software. “Brokers and owners no longer have to operate in a siled environment. This type of integration allows clients to get their properties to market faster and generate revenue faster. We are happy to be part of the SharpLaunch community.

Since 2016, SharpLaunch has been helping global real estate companies digitize their marketing operations and save hundreds of man hours each year by implementing automation and technology integration capabilities. Companies using SharpLaunch for digital property marketing and management include CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, Madison Marquette, GREA, and Highwoods.

SharpLaunch 2.0 offers a suite of APIs allowing real estate technology platforms to seamlessly integrate SharpLaunch to extend capabilities and provide high-quality native integrations as a value-added feature to their customers.

“SharpLaunch is driving a major shift in the commercial real estate technology industry to create openness and integration between vendors, enabling customers to share data between platforms to move their properties faster and increase their revenue,” said Bob Samii, Founder/CEO of SharpLaunch. “As our customers grow, the SharpLaunch platform is ready to support our customers’ technology stack and efforts across PropTech vendors, tools and technologies.

About SharpLaunch

SharpLaunch is the leading all-in-one digital marketing platform for commercial properties. It provides an industry-leading suite of marketing tools specifically designed for CRE building owners, asset managers, and brokers who want to improve asset visibility, streamline marketing activities, and save time. For more information about SharpLaunch, visit https://www.sharplaunch.com.

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