Moxi Works

Moxi Cloud

MoxiWorks is a brokerage application development company that was founded by Seattle’s leading brokerage company, Windermere Real Estate. The software was originally developed for Windermere’s brokerage company until the company expanded the offering to include brokerages around the nation. Today, Moxi Works is a separate company that serves a brokerage base that is representative of more than 90,000 agent users.  Some of their leading brokerage partners include Windermere, Long and Foster, Howard Hanna, Pacific Union, Seven Gables and many others. Faced with the challenge of integrating their own applications into a broker’s suite of agent tools and data sharing across each solution – Moxi Works developed a unique platform called Moxi Cloud.  “Imagine a plug-and-play power strip for brokerage systems and solutions and that is basically what we have created”, stated MoxiWorks CEO, York Baur. Using a standardized API, Moxi Cloud enables brokerage firms to integrate varied applications and provides data sharing across an entire organization. In many ways, the company’s thesis resembles a portion of what UpstreamRE is developing. Today, companies like Imprev, Quantum Digital, Buyside, LanTrax Profitpower, Offrs, RealScout, Zillow, Spacio, Totomic, DocuSign, DotLoop, SkySlope, testimonial tree, Google G-Suite, and Microsoft 360 are all fully integrated with the Moxi Cloud.  In total there are more than 35 different companies that are fully integrated with the Moxi Cloud platform. In an announcement made by Moxi Works last week, Intuit’s Quickbooks – the leading provider of accounting software to agents and small or mid-sized brokers, has joined the family of companies on Moxi Cloud. Intuit has a product called QuickBooks Self-Employed that is perfectly tuned to help agents separate their personal expenses from their business expenses and identify Schedule C deductions. According to Intuit, 77% of all real estate agents do not feel confident about managing their finances. Now with Moxi Cloud, brokers who offer the service to their agents have a great new tool for recruiting and retaining agents with a service that really matters. Quickbooks reports that agents using the system find an average of $4,340 in tax savings per year, a worthy investment for a product that sells for $12 per month. Here is the full press release if you want to learn more.


Moxi Works Real Estate CRM Launches with 7000 Agents

by Victor Lund on October 7, 2014

There are lots of startups every year in real estate. Many come and go. Most hunt the largest customers possible and are crushed either by winning the account and not being able to perform or not winning the account and running out of capital. Moxi Works is different. I know these people and what they have been working on. First of all, Moxi Works is not really a startup. It is a new brand on a company that was born out of Windermere, one of those traditional big brokerages who have adapted to technology with a passion. Moxi Works is an opportunity for other great firms to partner with them on a platform that is unique, and probably exclusive. They have partnered with three of the largest brokerage companies on other product platforms already. They can roll out technology across thousands of agents carefully and seamlessly. It is an art that very few have mastered. Moxi Works is the product of what happens when you take a bunch of talented Seattle technologists and you blend them into a sales driven brokerage. When I first got a demo of the Moxi Works productivity system, I started to run though my CRM feature checklist. When I saw the dashboard I was a bit shocked to see nothing of what I expected. They show calendar. I get that. They show GCI – your target, year to date, and percentage of goal attained. I have never seen that in any real estate CRM. They track 4 phases in the sales funnel – Pending Sales, Activities, Prospects, and Marketing. Great things to focus on. As you can imagine – the opening screen is clean, and inspiring. It is a daily briefing report. As you peel back the layers, you see that there is awesome technology in the solution, including tight integration with Microsoft Exchange (or Gmail for the Google brokers).  But everywhere, the user interface is bold and clean. Of course, it is 100% mobile friendly. Beyond the tech stuff, this is obviously a product of OB Jacobi, president of Windermere Real Estate. He grew up in one of America’s great real estate families with a tough competitor right along side him.  He is a real estate salesman. I say that with the highest amount of humility and respect. He knows that sphere marketing is where real estate transactions come from, and this product is […]