Part of the issue with any technology is that it was designed with a particular audience and use case in mind. If you leave that audience or use case type then the technology is going to be less and less likely to gain traction.
However, most technology companies don’t want to create custom (or even configured) solutions for each client. Each iteration away from the main product means more maintenance, more potential for bugs, more cost that can’t be spread across the entire set of clients. Technology companies are – typically – in the business of scaling their solution.
Real estate firms are a bit different. We are in the business of serving clients that have very specific, market driven issues. If we treat them like a technology company would we guarantee that we do not get them the best solution. The number of variables that go into a good…
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