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Resaas hires Stakiw as manager, industry relations

Thursday, November 17, 2016 12:38
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RESAAS Services Inc. (CNSX:RSS), the real estate tech company, has added industry veteran Allison Stakiw as the company’s manager of industry relations.

Stakiw will be leading the sales of RESAAS‘s flagship product, RealtimeMLS, bringing with her many executive-level contacts from real estate associations and MLSs across the United States and Canada. The addition of Stakiw to the team will allow RESAAS to market to the over 1,400 real estate associations and nearly 800 MLSs in those countries.

Stakiw has over 10 years of experience in sales, implementation and advertising of real estate technology. She began her career in the real estate software industry in Saskatoon, Sask., when she worked with Point2 as the syndication specialist.

During her tenure, Stakiw brokered many relationships between MLSs and associations while helping to add over one million listings to the company’s syndication network. She was then given the opportunity to assist in managing the MLS and associations team in San Diego, Calif., alongside Saul Klein and Walt Baczkowski at Yardi, where she also managed the advertising services for two of Yardi’s publications — commercial property executive and multihousing news.

Most recently, Stakiw worked with Clareity Security; there, she was responsible for vendor, MLS and association relations for a variety of products and modules with Clareity’s dashboard.

“It is very exciting to have such a highly respected and experienced industry professional join the Resaas team at this very significant and exciting growth period for our company,” said RESAAS chief executive officer, Cory Brandolini.

“Allison’s experience and contacts within our target market will be a great asset as we continue to grow and expand our enterprise customer base.”

RESAAS shares were up 2% at C$1.57 on Thursday.

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