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RealNex Officially Releases REA 10 with "Live" Remote Access

Leading commercial real estate technology CRM now integrates with REI Wise and Property Line

HOUSTON, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- RealNex, the new real estate technology company formed by Pavonis Group, has officially launched version 10 of Real Estate Assistant (REA), including "Live" access that allows users to access their data on their smart phones or tablets. The release includes the first phase of integration for its product suite, which includes Property Line and REI Wise.

REA's features include event scheduling, report and brochure creation, and a comprehensive contact/company database.  REA users can also auto sync to Microsoft Office and track and link deals, listings, properties, buyers, sellers, tenants, spaces and comps. The new "Live" version, which is now up and running, enables those who use the desktop product to take their data on the road with read-only mobile device access.

RealNex recently demonstrated the beta version of this new integrated suite at RealComm 2014, an international convention of real estate technology professionals in June.

"The response to the REA 10 beta has been fantastic. The market has been waiting for a mobile version of REA and we are very pleased to bring that solution to market with this release. And by integrating with our other solutions we are delivering even greater value," noted RealNex CEO Jeff Finn.

REA, REI Wise and Property Line previously joined RealNex, a new software and data solutions company under the Pavonis Group umbrella, designed to connect and transform the global real estate market by aggregating and integrating a portfolio of services, including robust data and transaction management solutions, all through one common Software as a Service ("SaaS") business model.

By integrating REA with REI Wise and Property Line users gain even more utility and functionality while eliminating redundancy and saving time. Property Line is a property listing system that markets properties, promotes commercial brokerage companies, provides hosted listing systems and offers powerful marketing tools to the commercial broker. REIWise is a leading real estate analysis software company that provides a unique "Propose to Close™" solution that streamlines the process of proposal creation, financial investment and comparative lease analysis to the development of flyers, brochures, property websites and deal rooms.

About The Pavonis Group

The Pavonis Group was formed to transform the commercial real estate industry by leveraging the partners' extensive collective expertise and experience in the global real estate, capital markets and technology industries to deliver solutions that will improve the efficiency and transparency of the industry.  Headquartered in Houston, TX, Pavonis Group includes 11 partners who are based around the world. The partners are a Who's Who of industry leaders, including former executives from Argus Software, IBM, BMC, ING Global Real Estate, Credit Suisse, NAI Global and the former head of the real estate department at Indiana University.

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