Who Moved My Cheese? How CRE Technology is Changing the Way We Do Business.

Education Seminar: held on Wednesday, April 19

April CBR Seminar

Moderator

Laura Prewett, Xceligent

Panelists:

Chuck Cutler, ClientLook, Ltd.

Turner Levison, CommissionTrac

Vishu Ramanathan, Buildout

Bios

Danny Bloomstine

Danny Bloomstine

VTS
Account Manager

Danny joined VTS in 2015 and oversees Account Management for the Southeast Region. He has onboarded and trained clients with a combined footprint greater than 300M sqft including Columbia REIT, Hines, Rialto Capital, Boston Properties, USAA, Accesso Partners, and Atlanta Property Group. Danny works with business and technical teams to integrate internal systems with VTS and conducts 'Technical Health Checks' and gap analyses to find where technology or process change can greatly benefit their organizations. Prior to VTS Danny spent 4 years at S&P Capital IQ supporting users of the financial data platform in bulge bracket investment banks as well as managing the Customer Support Team. Danny is an active sailor and was captain of the national champion sailing team while attending Boston College.

Chuck Cutler

Chuck Cutler

ClientLook, Ltd.
Vice President of Support

I was passionate about technology long before it was cool. Starting as a self-taught hobbyist in the early days of PCs, I ended up running the US Air Force Small Computer Consulting Team at Keesler Air Force Base. I started my first computer company in the late 1980s, designing systems and developing software to help businesses automate. I quickly discovered the importance of CRM in my own sales efforts and started specializing in training sales people to use ACT! I got involved in commercial real estate through The Lipsey Company, running Mike’s technology consulting group for 15 years. I learned the ins and outs of the CRE world from one of the industry’s finest trainers, while simultaneously heading my own firm providing CRM solutions for commercial brokers. I met Michael Griffin along the way and served as the national training director for ARES for ACT for many years.

I was excited to team up with Michael again during the early days of ClientLook’s development. I’m fanatical about customer service, and spend my days helping our customers get the most from ClientLook and interfacing with our programming team to implement customer suggestions.

Turner Levison

Turner Levison

CommissionTrac
CEO

Turner focuses his time and effort in writing, building relationships and simplifying brokerage back offices with CommissionTrac. Graduate of The University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business in 2012. Turner co-founded CommissionTrac with long time commercial real estate software engineer, Bill Crichlow of LeasCom. Turner also spends him time as an advisor to SharedSpace and The Kennesaw State Entrepreneurship Center and as an Honorary Board of Advisors for the Special Olympics of Georgia.

Laura Prewett

Laura Prewett

Xceligent
Sales Executive

Ms. Prewett joined Xceligent in October of 2014 and is the Senior Director of Client Services and Sales for the Atlanta area. Since October of 2015, Ms. Prewett has held the number one position for sales in the nation and is responsible for running the Atlanta Advisory boards. Prior to joining Xceligent, Ms. Prewett spent over 18 years as a leasing and property manager for companies such as DTC Partners, DBSI, Deutsche Bank (formerly RREEF) and Gaedeke Landers. Ms. Prewett is actively involved in the partnership with the Georgia CCIM and ACBR, educating members on the advantages that Xceligent can offer.

Vishu Ramanathan

Vishu Ramanathan

Buildout
CEO

Vishu Ramanathan is CEO of Buildout, the leading end-to-end marketing software for commercial real estate. He founded the company in 2010 with fellow software developer Jason Tillery. His background is in software development where he specializes in bridging complex business problems with people and technology to form a solution. Before founding Buildout, Vishu spent 10 years with Business Logic, now Next Capital, and also worked as an independent software developer in industries with sophisticated problems, including finance, logistics and trade regulation.

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