Henson Orser founded Two Dots, a venture backed technology company dedicated to solving the problem of apartment leasing fraud using some of silicon valley’s most advanced AI, while bringing operational excellence to multifamily property managers along with it.
K.P. Reddy, Founder of Shadow Ventures, a globally-recognized authority in the built environment and a civil engineer from the Georgia Institute of Technology. For more than 25 years, he has been a technologist, subject matter expert, founder, CEO, and investor.
Scott Pechersky is the Senior Vice President of Technology for Alliance Residential Company. He is responsible for Alliance’s corporate infrastructure which includes developing and implementing new technologies across their portfolio and providing support and training to property associates for the latest in IT initiatives. Scott also oversees Alliance’s property management software solutions, its business intelligence division, online leasing platforms, resident portals, and additional third-party programs for communities.
Kerry Kirby is an entrepreneur, speaker, and technology innovator. He’s the founder and CEO of 365 Connect, a leading provider of award-winning marketing, leasing, and resident technology platforms for the multifamily housing industry. Kerry has propelled his 365 Connect brand from a scrappy boot-strapped startup to an internationally known and recognized company. He has been a guest lecturer, featured speaker, and panelist at numerous universities, national conferences, and events. He’s been featured on BBC Digital Planet program, NPR News, and various other media outlets. He’s written the foreword to a nationally published book on real estate and technology and co-hosted over 100 industry webcasts reaching over one million listeners. He’s often quoted as an expert on technology.
In this interview, Patrick Antrim, CEO of Multifamily Leadership sits down in the Multifamily Leadership studio with Mike Mueller. Mike is the CEO of LeaseHawk and is no stranger to results or technology innovation. More than 20 years ago he envisioned leveraging the telephone by calling 258-RENT to access apartment information.