Sure, it feels familiar and it has basic calendar, email and contact management functionality. But Microsoft Outlook wasn’t designed for real estate agents. Innov8 needed something that was going to bolster their growing business (and revenue), and help them keep in regular contact with their client database.
In Petro’s own words, “and then Rex CRM popped along, and it was really a no brainer!”
Finally, an intuitive marketing and automation platform
It was the ease of use that initially attracted Petro to Rex CRM. “If I’m thinking real estate sales, I need things that are easy to use,” he says.
Real estate agents don’t have the luxury of time. They need an intuitive system, developed by a supportive team that knows how to shave minutes off everyday activities – which add up to hours saved every week.
And what could be easier than setting up a few month’s worth of reminders in one fell swoop?
Functionality that changes your day-to-day routine for the better
Petro’s been attaching Tracks, Rex’s predefined lists of best practice follow-up activities, to his contact and listings records, making it incredibly easy to remember what he needs to do, when, to give his clients a memorable service.
It’s given me regular contact with clients past, current and future. It’s caused people to be quite surprised that I’m still actually maintaining contact with them because there’s a lot that don’t.”
– Petro Geyl, Sales Director at Innov8 Property
And that’s not the only thing that’s changed since Innov8 started working with Rex CRM.
Nothing slips through the cracks
Rex CRM's mobile app has been a real game-changer for Petro, saving his team hours of double data entry and stopping anything important from slipping through the cracks.
“The mere act of remembering what I had to do when I came back to the office was a drama… I used to carry a log sheet of calls and notes when I was out of the office, and then come back and transfer it all,” he says.
If you ask Petro what he thinks about Rex CRM, his answer is simple. “There’s nothing to think about - just get on board!”