Realync Continues Growth Plans

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Realync boasts users in 47 states and 30 countries. Realync boasts users in 47 states and 30 countries.

An expansion of Indianapolis-based real estate software platform Realync is underway. The tech company, which completed a $1.1 million round of funding in October, says it has added three key leaders to its team as part of a plan to add nearly 50 jobs by 2020.

Realync says Jeff Rade, a former software engineer for Chicago-based Enova International, has joined the company as vice president of engineering. The company has also added Jordan Easley, former sales operations manager at Indianapolis-based Octiv, as director of operations and Rachel Yockey, formerly of MOBI in Indianapolis, as director of customer success.

The company has also completed the move of its headquarters from Chicago to Indianapolis. Realync is maintaining a tech-focused office in Chicago and says it plans to add seven more employees by the end of 2017.

"2016 has been an incredible year for Realync, from growing our team to partnering with some of the top multifamily owners and managers in the world," said Matt Weirich, chief executive officer of Realync. "Now that we've built an incredibly talented team, we are thrilled to continue innovating our platform and look forward to even bigger accomplishments in 2017."

Realync's platform allows real estate professionals to provide prospective home buyers with live virtual tours or cloud-based pre-recorded videos. The company says the funding from October has allowed for upgrades to its platform it says are a "key component" to Realync's mission.

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