nurtur.group further expands its ecosystem with Apex27 CRM integration, enhancing efficiency for property professionals
Press Release – (and full disclosure I am in my daytime job as CEO of Proptech-PR a NED for the associated nurtur.accelerator)
nurtur.group, a leading provider of innovative proptech solutions, is proud to announce its latest integration with Apex27, a specialised CRM platform designed for estate agent professionals, offering comprehensive solutions for sales, lettings, auctions, and commercial real estate. This integration marks yet another step in nurtur.group’s commitment to expanding its eco-system and providing seamless experiences for property professionals across the industry.
The integration of the nurtur.group eco-system with Apex27 CRM brings together two powerful platforms, enabling estate agents to streamline their operations, improve client interactions, and drive business growth. With nurtur.group’s cutting-edge proptech solutions complementing Apex27’s robust CRM capabilities, estate agent professionals can expect a more comprehensive, efficient, and user-friendly experience.
Richard Combellack, Chief Commercial Officer at nurtur.group, expressed his enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “We are thrilled to integrate the nurtur.group eco-system with Apex27, a CRM platform renowned for its excellence in serving the unique needs of estate agent professionals. This collaboration aligns perfectly with our vision of fostering innovation and efficiency within the property industry. By combining our strengths, we aim to empower agents to optimise their workflows, deepen client relationships, and ultimately achieve better business outcomes.”
Combellack notes that the key benefits of the nurtur.group and Apex27 integration include the seamless flow of data and information between the nurtur.group eco-system and Apex27 CRM, which reduces manual data entry and administrative tasks, allowing agents to focus more on delivering exceptional customer service and closing deals.
“Another benefit is that the integration provides a 360-degree view of clients, empowering agents with valuable insights to tailor personalised interactions, respond to inquiries promptly, and anticipate their clients’ needs effectively,” says Combellack. “The integration will also give agents data-driven insight to make decisions about their business. By leveraging the power of data analytics and reporting from both Apex27 and nurtur.group, estate agents can make informed decisions, identify market trends, and devise effective strategies to stay ahead in a competitive landscape.”
According to Combellack, the integration will increase business efficiency as the automation features within the integrated eco-system will enable agents to automate repetitive tasks, nurture leads, and manage follow-ups, enabling them to work more efficiently and effectively. “Growth is a key aspect for most businesses. The combined capabilities of nurtur.group and Apex27 create a scalable foundation for estate agent professionals to expand their businesses, tap into new markets, and drive revenue growth,” he adds.
In conclusion, Combellack says that as nurtur.group continues to forge partnerships with prominent CRM and proptech platforms, the company remains committed to offering a diversified eco-system that caters to the unique needs of the property sector. The integration with Apex27 is a testament to nurtur.group’s dedication to creating an interconnected network of tools that elevate productivity, efficiency, and success for all its users.
BERLIN, August 2, 2023 – dao, a Berlin-based proptech start-up, has just secured €1.5 million in pre-seed funding. The company plans to use this investment to modernize the rental experience and speed up the slow and outdated property management processes using artificial intelligence (AI).
The funding round brought together some of Germany’s top tech entrepreneurs, including Julian Teicke of wefox, Patrick Henning of luca, Dustin Figge of Homelike, and Gerald Schönbucher of Kaufland e-commerce.
Launched by Jona Schaeffer and Mavi Teicke, who previously founded and successfully exited the serviced apartment company charly, the founders aim to prioritize tenants by fusing AI with first-rate operations to improve the tenant experience.
Jona Schaeffer, CEO of dao, said: “dao’s mission is all about making life easier for tenants. By integrating advanced technology and an excellent operating team, we can make property management a lot quicker and more straightforward.”
With more than half of Germany’s 43 million apartments being rentals, tenants often struggle with slow approvals,excessive paperwork and poor communication. Although some platforms aim to tackle these issues, they often don’t fully address the challenges renters face. dao seeks to deliver the comprehensive solution tenants need for a seamless rental experience.
“Quality property management isn’t a luxury; it’s a right for every tenant. Our goal is to increase tenant satisfaction while making operations more efficient for property managers,” added Schaeffer.
The global property management market, generating $600bn annually, is plagued with outdated, under-digitized systems. By integrating AI into property management, dao plans to automate administrative tasks such as contract handling and bookkeeping. This could free up to 75% of the workforce’s time to improve tenant experience.
Schaeffer said: “We won’t replace property managers with tech, but we will empower them with AI. By automating routine tasks, managers can focus on things that deliver real value to tenants rather than being swamped by daily admin duties.”
dao is a groundbreaking proptech company founded by the creators of charly, a successful serviced apartment brand. dao marries technology with top-tier operations to reimagine the rental experience with a tenant-first approach. With dao, property management becomes efficient, responsive, and focused on the people it serves – the tenants.
Andrew Stanton is the founder and CEO of Proptech-PR, a consultancy for Founders of Proptechs looking to grow and exit, using his influence from decades of industry experience. Separately he is a consultant to some of the biggest names in global real estate, advising on sales and acquisitions, market positioning, and operations. He is also the founder and editor of Proptech-X Proptech & Property News, where his insights, connections and detailed analysis and commentary on proptech and real estate are second to none.