Savills Asia closes deal with PropGo to ‘expand aggressively’

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Global real estate agency Savills Asia has announced a deal with Hong Kong real estate enterprise solutions PropGo in a venture that it says will allow it to expand aggressively online across the Asia Pacific region.

Savills Asia, a global real estate agency operating in 7 APAC countries, has entered into an agreement that will see it use PropGO's Agency Enterprise Software interface to power its estate agency offices across the Asia Pacific region.


Eddie Overington, Saville CIO

PropGO’s  real estate enterprise solutions are cloud-based and include powerful CRM, Business Intelligence, Cross Channel Listing Syndication, and Media Listing solutions which aim to create a fully digitised real estate enterprise.

George Varviisotis, Managing Director of PropGO, said the partnership will assist agents' productivity.

“Simply put:  PropGO’s Real Estate Enterprise Solutions are designed to provide our Agency and Developer Enterprise clients with a material competitive advantage over their competitors in the rapidly changing real estate landscape.  Our enterprise solutions increase the productivity of agencies and developers sales staff, generate more in-bound sales leads at a lower cost per lead, and provide powerful real time Business Intelligence which enable a real estate enterprise to effectively scale by better managing the agents they have and efficiently adding more productive selling agents to grow their business.”

Eddie Overington, CIO, Savills Asia, said:

 “Savills has had large growth in the region over the last few years, which has meant we’ve needed to focus on being agile, responsive and innovative.  This also means we expect the same from any of our partners.  PropGO’s Enterprise solutions was the ideal platform to complement our digital agency strategy, that brings together all these characteristics but additionally heavily driven to adapt their solution to the latest technologies, market conditions and industry demands,” he said.

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