|By PR Newswire||
|March 4, 2014 06:00 AM EST||
SAN FRANCISCO, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Reesio, the only completely free transaction management system available to real estate brokers, transaction coordinators, and agents, has launched a revamped Documents section today that offers an abundance of new features:
- Folders and filters for better organization of documents.
- Search functionality to be able to search for any documents within the system.
- Splicing and splitting of documents. These features allow users to turn multiple documents into one document, and also split one document into multiple documents.
- Emailing documents directly into transactions. With this feature, each real estate transaction within Reesio has a unique email address. When users receive documents via email from other sources, they can simply forward those documents directly into the transaction in Reesio without having to download, save, and re-upload those documents.
According to Reesio Co-Founder & CEO, Mark Thomas, with these new features, he expects the rest of its customers to formally cancel their Dropbox accounts. "Most of our customers already ditch their Dropbox accounts once they start using Reesio, because unlike Dropbox, we offer unlimited storage for free, whereas Dropbox charges $120/year for storage (and more if you want to go beyond certain limits). We also make it much clearer within our product regarding whom you've shared documents with than Dropbox does. And of course, Dropbox doesn't offer e-signatures, which Reesio does through its integration with DocuSign. With the additional features that we're launching today, we expect to fully replace real estate professionals' need for Dropbox."
Like all other features that the company works on, these new Documents features were built as a direct result of customer feedback that it receives. "Because Reesio provides 24x7 chat and email support, we're more in tune with what our customers are saying than all of our competitors," says Thomas. "We therefore can move much more quickly to build and release new features than other companies can."
The new Documents features were built in about 6 weeks according to Thomas, and this work was done in addition to their normal weekly feature release cycles that they have. A unique approach that Reesio takes is publicizing all of their new feature releases that they make every week. They've even built a Product Updates page directly on their site, which gives a play-by-play of every single new feature that they release every Monday. Thomas says that this transparency endears Reesio to its customers because "they feel like we're constantly improving on what we're doing and never getting complacent. And they see how their feedback is directly impacting our product, which they love."
As for upcoming features that the company will be rolling out in the next few months, Thomas wouldn't give specifics, but said that the company "will be launching some cool new stuff that will continue to put pressure on legacy products that fail to innovate."
Media Contact: Mark Thomas, Reesio, 888-870-7889, [email protected]
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