Conversion Monster has been named The Pitch Battle Winner at futuRE, an invitation-only real estate technology pitch battle. Powered by Keller Williams, the world’s largest real estate technology franchise by agent count, futuRE was focused on “where the next generation of real estate begins.”
Conversion Monster was among a list of 29 tech companies that competed for votes from agents to access their businesses operating within the Keller Williams ecosystem and the Keller Cloud, a proprietary, AI-fueled real estate cloud for Keller Williams agents.
“Named the Pitch Battle Winner, we’re excited to announce Conversion Monster will receive prioritized integration into the Keller Cloud, as a direct result of live agent votes this week,” said Jeff Tamaru, head of corporate development, Keller Williams. “With futuRE, our aim was to empower our agents with best-in-class solutions to choose how they want to run their business within our platform.”
Along with prioritized onboarding onto the Keller Cloud ahead of all category winners, as pitch battle winner, Conversion Monster received $15,000 prize.
The futuRE event took place at the Aria hotel in Las Vegas on Dec. 9 and 10, 2019.
Conversion Monster is an ISA Service that has revolutionized speed to lead with it’s reverse ringing technology to ensure client leads are being called within 5 minutes of coming in, but doesn’t stop there. It also provides the longest followup program of any service like it, with up to 56 touches over the course of a year on all leads.
Ro Malik, CEO & Company Founder of Conversion Monster (and a member of the Keller Williams family himself) has expressed his excitement over Conversion Monster being selected saying, “It is an honor and a privilege to be able to present our company at this amazing event. We are so grateful to everyone who voted for us to not only make the finals and win our Category, but also be named the Pitch Battle Winner!”
More than 450 real estate leaders on-site voted together with agents in North America via livestream to select 10 finalists, one finalist per category, to prioritize and onboard into the Keller Cloud.
The group of 29 tech companies was selected from an original list of more than 80 companies competing for access into the Keller Cloud during a weeklong voting process that happened in November 2019.
KW collaborates with leading technology companies, such as Conversion Monster, to enhance the operations of real estate businesses via the Keller Cloud.
In 2019, KW released KW MarketPlace, an app store for KW agents to browse top software integrations made by non-KW developers, in beta. KW MarketPlace is currently available to agents through Command, KW’s smart CRM-plus solution.
More Background on futuRE:
- From automation to marketing and IDX, 29 tech companies will compete to access agents’ businesses operating within the Keller Williams ecosystem and Keller Cloud.
- Event theme: “Where the next generation of real estate begins”
- A two-day event, futuRE will also feature a lineup of 15 speakers, each sharing unique insights on 10 key themes in real estate (noted below).
- On-stage panel discussions was followed by tech-company pitch sessions based on 10 themes (and their category winners):
- Agent Operations
- AI/Predictive Analytics / Automated Value
- Automation / Time Management
- Community / Sphere of Influence
- Education / Learning
- End-to-End Consumer Experience
- Lead Generation
- Property Management
- Social Media / Video
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About Keller Williams
Austin, Texas-based Keller Williams, the world’s largest real estate technology franchise by agent count, has more than 1,040 offices and 185,000 associates. The franchise is also No. 1 in units and sales volume in the United States.
In 2019, Fast Company named Keller Williams the No. 1 “Most Innovative Company” in real estate. In 2015, KW began its evolution into a technology company, now building the real estate platform that agents’ buyers and sellers prefer.
Since 1983, the company has cultivated an agent-centric, technology-driven and education-based culture that rewards agents as stakeholders.
For more information, visit kw.com.