Industry veteran to drive Aptly’s revenue growth and lead its national sales team.
San Francisco, California – Sept. 4th, 2018 – Aptly, multifamily’s first CRM powered by artificial intelligence, announced it has hired Scott Allan as VP of Sales and Account Management. Allan will lead the global expansion of sales, validating Aptly as the leading multifamily CRM designed to optimize the resident experience.
“We are building the most innovative and talented team in property tech” said Sina Shekou, CEO. “Our ability to recruit talented people like Scott validates the disruptive nature of our technology. His expertise and broad experience in the multifamily industry make him well positioned to lead our sales expansion.”
Aptly’s AI powered Inbox, Sales and Service products equip multifamily teams with the tools needed to solve the industry’s most complex challenges. From leasing to renewals and everything in-between, the Aptly platform enables more efficient communication and management of the complete resident lifecycle. “The Aptly platform is one of the most forward-thinking solutions I have seen in years” said Allan. “The use of artificial intelligence to identify trends and automate timely follow-up will help solve problems that no other technology provider is addressing. I’m very excited to be a part of this incredible team and look forward to the positive impact Aptly will have on the industry.”
Aptly was founded in 2017 by a team of property tech SaaS entrepreneurs who built and scaled single family’s first cloud property management platform. Working with leading brands in both single and multifamily real estate, the Aptly team has in-depth industry knowledge and expertise. Headquartered in San Francisco, Aptly has embraced the remote work culture, with team members in San Diego, Buenos Aires, Las Vegas, Dallas and beyond. Aptly is integrated with leading property management and email platforms such as Yardi, RealPage, Office365 and Google Apps. Aptly is proudly backed by Accel Ventures, Slack Fund and C-Level executives from Facebook, Salesforce.com and Twilio.