WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., April 2, 2020 – Rapattoni Corporation (Rapattoni) announced today the acceleration and finalization of its partnership with NoteRouter. Over the past few weeks, it became apparent that due to health mandates, communication from real estate organizations to their members via email and texting has become more important than ever.
NoteRouter provides a fully integrated membership communications platform to send notifications via email and text messages, and are offering two months of free service to Rapattoni Magic-Cloud AMS customers with no setup fees or other startup costs as a contribution to the real estate industry. Participants in the program can cancel at any time within the free service period.
Brian Tepfer, Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer at Rapattoni, commented, “Rapattoni began developing a partnership with NoteRouter in early 2020. Although plans to finalize and announce this partnership were scheduled for later in the year, NoteRouter pulled out all of the stops to accelerate the necessary development and testing to get these tools in the hands of Rapattoni customers. We are pleased that NoteRouter has made this offer at no charge to Rapattoni customers for the first two months of use.”
Nick Gough, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at NoteRouter, commented, “NoteRouter has been built from the ground up to serve the unique needs of associations and their members. Communication and connection are the heart of organized real estate, and in this moment, members are looking for support and reassurance. We are building NoteRouter to empower staff and support their members.”
Rapattoni President Ralph Hoover said, “We were very enthusiastic about undertaking this partnership recognizing that NoteRouter’s service would increase communication options for our customers. Rapidly changing mandates have presented new challenges and escalated the need to get this to market. NoteRouter’s hard work to expedite the availability of this integration and to offer this complementary two months of service shows us they are the right company to form this partnership.”
NoteRouter natively syncs with Rapattoni Magic-Cloud AMS to provide seamless database integration. Additions and changes to membership data in Cloud AMS are automatically reflected in NoteRouter with no additional management of member lists, imports, or manual data entry. The NoteRouter integration with Cloud AMS allows members to receive high-importance communications via SMS text messages and email. Associations can monitor engagement in real-time, gaining valuable insights into what their members care about most.
About Rapattoni AMS
Rapattoni association management software (AMS) combines Rapattoni's extensive real estate industry knowledge with the latest technologies to give associations the most powerful, flexible, and intuitive productivity suite available for managing association needs. Rapattoni Magic-Cloud AMS, the latest version of the company’s industry-leading AMS system, offers a variety of innovative features and a redesigned interface. The included Internet Member Services (IMS) web portal allows association members to pay their dues, register for classes, and interact with the association online. Rapattoni’s optional hosting service helps associations eliminate expensive server hardware and software licensing by moving to cloud storage.
Rapattoni Corporation has been serving the real estate industry since 1970. The company provides integrated products and services for real estate associations and MLS organizations, including an online MLS, association management software, and Integrated Website Services, along with hosting and technical support for each product. Rapattoni's headquarters are in Westlake Village, California.
NoteRouter’s mission started with their founder, Nick Gough, who has served in the real estate industry for years on multiple boards participating at the local, regional, state, and national level. Years of involvement in organized real estate grew into a drive to help associations connect with their members in a more meaningful way, and that mission turned into NoteRouter.