Dealpath, the leading software solution for real estate investment
and portfolio management, is pleased to announce that the firm has been recognized in GlobeSt.’s 2021 CRE Tech Influencers. The award recognizes smart, visionary and entrepreneurial-minded people and companies that pushed through the complexities of the industry to deliver commercial real estate-specific software products and platforms driving disruption.
In particular, the CRE Tech Influencers list considers that ten years ago, commercial real estate lagged in advanced tech adoption. Now, real estate is a sector robust with industry-specific venture capital and an array of digital offerings. GlobeSt. looked at how the market got here, with the belief that commercial real estate took longer to embrace technology because the technology itself is harder to customize for the complexities of the industry. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic also rapidly propelled new, necessary
innovations across the field, recognizing firms that proved imperative to the industry, especially considering the shift to mandatory remote work.
“We are honored to be recognized by GlobeSt. for our industry-leading, purpose-built solution for the way real estate investment and development professionals work and transact,” said Mike Sroka, CEO and Co-Founder, Dealpath. “Covid-19 and the resulting slowdown created sudden challenges that digitized deal management helped to address, but we believe more broadly that real estate is driven by people with information to shape our built world—and we are confident that an industry that transacts on Dealpath is the long-term future of real estate.”
The GlobeSt. award follows Dealpath’s recent Real Estate Tech Award at the 2nd Annual Commercial Observer Innovation Forum & Awards, as well as a remarkable year of growth in 2020. Dealpath secured major investments, including from Blackstone, the leading global real estate investment firm, and Nasdaq Ventures, which made its first-ever real estate investment with Dealpath, joining JLL, 8VC, GreenSoil Investments, Goldcrest Capital, LeFrak, Milstein and Bechtel as backers.