CoreLogic announced the exciting realignment of responsibilities for some of their executives in an email sent out this week.
Kevin Greene will now be leading HomeVisit’s day to day operations. HomeVisit is a photography, 3D modeling, and drone imagery company that CoreLogic purchased last year. Getting high-quality photography in real estate has been an ongoing problem. With HomeVisit, I expect to see MLSs providing photography services everywhere Matrix is offered. Watch out, VHT and Meero.
Kevin Greene did an excellent job of building out the CoreLogic Alliance Network. The Alliance Network is comprised of technology companies who have tight integrations into Matrix. We like the path of Alliance because it really brings everything together for a company that is looking to reach brokers and agents. It includes education on proper MLS data licensing (Trestle license manager), proper data security (Trestle Defender), Single Sign-On (Clareity), and availability inside Matrix where useful. At the CoreLogic user group meetings, they announced that there are 60+ integrations into Matrix. There are over 200+ product integrations in Clareity SSO Dashboard (including RE Technology). Some companies in the program include Broker Public Portal by Homesnap, INRIX, Prospects, Elm Street, Homes.com, LoneWolf, BoxMLS, Voicester Pro, SavvyCard, ShowingTime, Listtrac, and Property Panorama.
Amy Gorce is now taking the helm for the Alliance Network. This will be an addition to her responsibilities leading the Trestle and Upstream initiatives. Gorce is excellent and has decades of experience in our industry along with her success at Clareity and Trestle. This makes total sense organizationally. I can’t imagine a technology firm bouncing between multiple people to figure out if the Alliance Network or the Clareity program are best for them. Not that Amy and Kevin did not work well together, but a single connection is better.
At present, the CoreLogic Real Estate Solutions group has 41 client services team members, 16 DBA/ETL Developers, 22 Analysts, 8 Project Managers, 28 Call Center Agents, 4 trainers, 6 on-site field service, and 16 managers.
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