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Reonomy’s New Partnership with CBRE Signals the Start of an Exciting New Chapter
This week, we announced the addition of CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate and investment firm, to the Reonomy platform. Now, CBRE will leverage our data solutions to enhance their internal data infrastructure, specifically our resolution technology and integrations for better data enablement.
Product Update: Reonomy Tenant Data
With our new tenant search update, Reonomy users can search and explore over 11 million tenant records on over 4.9 million different properties with commercial tenant information, including NAICS and SIC classifications, legal business names and tenant contact information.
Reonomy Welcomes New Tech and Revenue Leadership
We’re proud to announce three new valuable members to the Reonomy leadership team! As we continue to grow and strategically plan for our future, we welcome our new Chief Revenue Officer, Michael Manne. Similarly, we’re excited to welcome our new Vice President of Engineering, Bhaskar Maddala, and Director of Data Engineering & Data Science, Maureen Teyssier, who will both be essential in the enhancement of our web applications and enterprise solutions.
Reonomy’s New Funding and the Unique Opportunity in Front of Us
Last week Reonomy announced $30 million in Series C funding, led by Sapphire Ventures with participation from existing investors Bain Capital Ventures and Softbank Capital. You can read the full press release here and catch up on some of the coverage via Twitter or LinkedIn. I’d like to sincerely thank our customers, employees and investors …
Our (Long Awaited) National Platform
Since launching in our home market of NYC in late 2014, Reonomy has seen tremendous growth and traction. We are now proud to count several hundred companies and thousands of users as our clients. We have also established meaningful enterprise relationships with many of the largest banks, brokerages and developers in the city. But while …