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GainClients, Inc. Signs Distribution Agreement with Point2 Technologies

TUCSON, Ariz., Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- GainClients, Inc. (OTC: GCLT), announced that it has signed a Data Distribution Agreement with Point2 Technologies, a Canadian corporation and listing syndication provider.

GainClients will integrate Point2's listing syndication feed with its real estate software service, SikkU, to provide a nationwide home search and wider access to real estate listings for its consumer customers. The addition of Point2's listing data will add over 300 new markets to the marketing platform. GainClients also contracts directly with Multiple Listing Services (MLS) to provide real estate professionals marketing services via text, web and mobile devices using IDX data.

According to Ray Desmond, GainClients' president and CEO, "Being a licensed vendor with the MLS's and with Point2 unlocks many new sales channels. It increases our ability to provide the SikkU service to larger, nationwide organizations, more consumers and more real estate professionals across the U.S." 

Point2, a division of the Yardi family of companies, provides listing data aggregation and syndication solutions to MLSs, associations and boards in the United States and Canada, as well as real estate marketing and lead management software to agents and brokers worldwide.  Learn more about Point2 at

About GainClients, Inc.
GainClients, Inc. is currently trading on the OTC Market Pink Sheets under the symbol GCLT. Its primary product, SikkU, is the first lead generation and marketing services of its kind that is integrated with local REALTOR® association data and that is based on a networking platform. The service is available via the web, text and android and iOS applications. Learn more at

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