|By Marketwired .||
|July 15, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/15/14 -- Engage Mobility, Inc. - (OTCQB: ENGA) Real estate veteran Paul Nagaoka has partnered with Engage Mobility, a leader in mobile customer engagement, to launch a mobile digital campaign to market Nagaoka's properties. Home owners will be able to locate available homes and lots through the proprietary augmented reality geo spacial and map system on their smartphones.
The Engage technology allows for realtors and developers to know in real time when a prospective buyer is interested in a property they are selling, and communicate directly with those buyers through the Engage mobile CRM. Realtors will be able to send custom messages, pictures, appointment availabilities and even other listings in the area straight to them on their smartphones. To view Nagaoka's real estate properties visit: www.peacefulhomeskc.com/
"To partner with Paul who has had significant success in real estate is a great way for us to expand further into the real estate vertical," stated Jim Byrd Engage Mobility CEO. "Our Mobile Engagement System (patent pending) enables potential buyers to instantly locate and learn about properties they are interested in on their smartphones, and that is a powerful tool for the seller or broker."
"I am thrilled to be working with Engage and using cutting edge mobile technology, to enhance the selling features of my available properties," stated Paul Nagaoka. "To be able to communicate instantly with potential buyers is a huge advantage for my team and myself. Engage allows for each potential buyer to have their own exclusive and thorough look into my properties instantly."
For more information on Engage Mobility's mobile technology visit: www.engagemobility.com
Engage Mobility, Inc. (ENGA) is a mobile technology, marketing and data company that help businesses acquire new customers and keep existing customers engaged. The Mobile Engagement System is a proprietary technology that delivers a value-added service to the consumer and corporate customers. The system integrates a cutting-edge augmented reality app with a proprietary cloud- based video delivery system, a mobile CRM, Dynamic Data delivery system, and access to Engages substantial database of over 40 million consumers and businesses. Engage operates from offices in Orlando and Kansas City. For more information, visit www.engagemobility.com.
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