HOLLYWOOD, CA. – January 25, 2019 – nFusz, Inc. (OTCQB: FUSZ), a leader in business focused interactive video, and the pioneer of Augmented Sales Intelligence software, announces the launch of an enterprise-scale interactive video-based mobile application specifically tailored to meet the needs of today’s real estate sales professionals. The new application will launch through nFusz real estate partner Ultirus, with a network of over 250,000 real estate agents and brokers in mid-February. The mobile application is a next-generation, mobile based-CRM sales tool that leverages the power of nFusz’ interactive video technology and incorporates viewer analytics, lead management capabilities, and much more. Real estate professionals will be able to record and distribute videos of properties to clients through email and text messaging with clickable tags right in the video allowing clients to quickly and easily schedule an appointment to tour the property, download an information sheet, even call the realtor – all right through the video, among other features and functionality. The initial application will be branded for Ultirus and available for download in mid-February 2019 for Apple devices through the Apple App Store, and for Android devices through the Google Play Store on a subscription basis for $49 per month or $499 per year per user. more
Ultirus is a leader in unique sales and marketing strategies for the real estate industry. The company specializes in weaving technological systems into a human touch sales process that not only drives initial leads for an agent but more importantly creates referral business which is the key element for success. Their solutions allow the prospect to experience the full range of communication (words, tonality, and body language), the agent to simply place content into a follow-up system, and stay in front of a prospect before, during, and after the sale all through a myriad of specialized tools.
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