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Realtor Cassie Maas puts her iPad to work for every phase of the sales process [video]

by Michael Singer

March 18 2013

Cassie Maas uses only an iPad to sell homes to her clients
Cassie Maas uses only an iPad to sell homes to her clients

Silicon Valley professional Cassie Maas shared several of the tools she uses to be a more effective realtor at the recent Tablet Strategy West conference.

Long a tech enthusiast, Maas is a former chairperson of the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors for Los Gatos/Saratoga District who has been championing tablet deployments in her industry.

It all starts with her trusty iPad and a collection of apps she says can help any salesperson do their job better.

Check out the video below from Tablet Strategy West for a sampling of the tools she uses every day to be more productive.

Liked this presentation? Join us at TabTimes TABLET STRATEGY in New York on April 30 for more insight into how other tablet leaders are putting their tablets to work.

Michael Singer is the Business Editor for TabTimes

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  • Gilead
    10 months 3 weeks ago

    Interesting run-down. The TT side of this would have been strongly augmented with a URL list of the apps that Cassie Maas blew through. Suggest the editors extract product, apps, and URLs from presenters and give a list as a sidebar to the article.

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