Transparency, equitability, and automation are the future of transaction technology

Our very own Buck Avey, VP of Product, spoke last week at Inman Connect in New York about the vital importance of improving automation, equitability, and transparency technology in transaction management.

For Avey, it’s about mitigating the busywork for agents through automation. “Today transaction management is seen as a task they have to do and a lot of times it’s not seen as value added because that’s not helping them close the deal. It’s on the expense side of things.”

For many years, this experience has driven SkySlope’s Product team to digitize a paper-heavy industry. “But there’s still a lot more work to do,” he added, “For us, it’s about automation and the opportunity to get to one or two clicks and have that transaction done.”   

The ultimate goal of transaction management providers should be empowering agents to do what they do best — advise people.  
 
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