As we all get back to town from the big NAR event in Orlando there is much to do. First we have to rest our feet from walking the 72 miles (+/-) from Rosen North to Rosen South, from the
Eighteen months ago we promised our customers a viable replacement candidate for their LIST-IT systems. A new MLS they could start using this fall, to be released at the 2012 NAR Expo in Orlando. That is next week and we are eager to show everyone what we’ve accomplished.
It takes a team to accomplish plans as complex as this migration. No one person can do it all. And they have worked long hours and have given great thought on how to make a transition this monumental have as little impact on our clients as possible.
We’re thrilled to be able to offer you your first glimpse of Spring and push the ball further down the field. We couldn’t do it without you.
Charleston feels like a second home to me and I’m a big fan. Fan enough to allow my two daughters to both come here to attend college. It’s also been Solid Earth’s second largest customer since about 2002, when one
Solid Earth has been around a long time, almost 14 years. That’s a quite a while in the real estate business and it’s a full EPOCH on the Internet. Solid Earth prospered through the growth of the Tech Boom, later
Back in March we distributed a 25 question member satisfaction survey to all active Broker Owners, Office Managers, Realtors, Assistants, and Appraisers from 24 of our 25 current client organizations. We offered surveys to 42,587 individual users via email and
Throughout life there are a few things that are consistent. Three of those that I readily acknowledge are death, taxes, and change. Change is the one that I’ve realized over the years that you can embrace it or get owned
So it’s been a rough week at Solid Earth. Over the last couple of years we have tried to communicate to our customers that transparency in our communication is critical. To deliver enterprise software well, our company must disclose everything
In the next year or two, your MLS must be able to receive new listings from outside sources – sort of “syndication in reverse”. That’s because in April of this year, RESO passed a new data specification: RETS 1.8. Since