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The California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) faced an ongoing challenge with forms compliance. For a realtor, understanding which forms to use, when they are needed and for what transaction was often a struggle. The C.A.R. wanted to help its members navigate this complex web of forms with a system that would be simple for its members but also easy for them to administer and maintain.
Today, C.A.R. utilizes the Progress Corticon Business Rules Management System (BRMS). The Corticon BRMS helps C.A.R. by enabling them to encode complex rules in an easy-to-use framework, allowing for easier logic maintenance and greater IT agility.
Join us for a webinar on 4/13 at 12:00 pm ET to learn how C.A.R. used Corticon to achieve member compliance of 100%, while reducing service calls by 30%.
You'll hear from Josh Sharfman, Chief Technology Officer of C.A.R.
You'll also hear from Ankur Goyal, Principal Product Manager at Progress.
In this webcast, you’ll learn about the following topics:
Susan Koutalakis has more than a decade of marketing, public relations agency and corporate communications experience, specifically in building and executing public relations, analyst relations, social media, product launches, webinar, customer reference and online marketing programs. Previously, she’s worked for both emerging and established companies with a focus on areas such as application development, mobile, interactive and social media, SaaS, marketing, and eCommerce technologies.
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