A Note to Our Users

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Published By: SkySlope
March 25, 2020

| Topic: Blog

While we closely monitor the COVID-19 situation, we wanted to let you know that SkySlope is here for you as we adjust to the evolving situation.

The real estate industry may be facing uncertain times, but that doesn’t mean the work stops for you. It doesn’t stop for us either. We are still hard at work, just not at our office in Sacramento. Our workforce has become remote so we can keep our employees and community safe while still being available for you.

We will continue to put you, our customers, at the center of everything we do. You can expect the same level of support as always. We will respond to your communications, answer your questions, and resolve your issues.

Rest assured, SkySlope will continue to be available to you while our team continues to work safely from home. It’s important that during this time, we work apart but together to ensure that you — our brokers, agents, admins, and TCs — have the support that you need.

We know this situation is temporary and the industry will bounce back as it always has. Over the past decade of various ups and downs, the work of real estate professionals has become increasingly mobile. We designed SkySlope for mobility and efficiency. Our platform enables brokers and agents to digitize their processes and collaborate remotely. Like the real estate industry, SkySlope is prepared to support our customers wherever they are and in whatever circumstance they are in.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your customer success manager or contact our support team via chat, email, or phone.

We will continue to keep all of our customers and partners up to date as the situation progresses.

Stay well and happy SkySloping.

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