Arizona REALTORS® Rings in 2019 With TransactionDesk®
Arizona REALTORS® 2019 President Patrick Lewis has announced that the state association will be rolling out TransactionDesk® by Lone Wolf Technologies (Lone Wolf) as a benefit to more than 50,000 members.
“After months of rigorous testing of a multitude of different products, the Business Services and Technology committee decided on TransactionDesk® because it combines forms, electronic signature and storage all in one product,” said Arizona REALTORS® 2019 President Patrick Lewis.
With this benefit, every REALTOR® in the state will have access to Arizona REALTORS® forms, as well as forms from their local associations and MLSs. Members will receive TransactionDesk® Agent Edition which also provides unlimited secure document storage and integrated electronic signing with Authentisign®.
“Lone Wolf is also offering preferential pricing for brokers who want to migrate over to TransactionDesk® as their transaction management system,” Lewis continued. TransactionDesk® Broker Edition upgrades give Broker/Owners access to online document checklists, file status tracking and automated alerts within the BrokerDashboard™ — a broker-controlled software that improves compliance and reduces legal liabilities.
Members will have months to train on TransactionDesk® before it replaces zipForm® by the end of 2019. For the latest training news, make sure you are subscribed to the Arizona REALTORS® VOICE e-newsletter.
About Lone Wolf Technologies
Lone Wolf Technologies is the North American Leader in residential real estate software. Lone Wolf’s industry-leading back office solution, brokerWOLF, is used in over 10,000 real estate offices across the U.S. and Canada. The company also provides transaction management solutions including forms, document storage and digital signatures to over 500,000 users. Lone Wolf’s head office is located in Cambridge, ON, with additional offices in London, ON, and Dallas, TX.
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