We’re closing in on the launch of the Spark Platform and so I want to introduce some of the charter developers who have been implementing the Spark API.
Over the next few days, I’ll be publishing separate posts with details about each one of the developers and their products, but I wanted to start out this series of posts with a general introduction along with an invitation.
For those of you going to Orlando for the NAR convention, please come meet these developers (as well as FBS’s VP of Development, Greg Kilwein, and our API Team Lead, Joshua Murray) at our Spark Pavilion in booth number 511 on the trade show floor. You can find more information about the trade show here.
Also, if you’re interested in chatting with these guys or the FBS team over some food and drinks, stop by our Spark Bar party, which is at our suite at the Rosen Center from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday. (If you’d like to come and haven’t already received an invitation, please send me an email (mwurzer at gmail dot com) and I’ll forward you the suite number.)
With those invitations extended, let me briefly introduce each of the developers. First, likely needing little introduction is WR Studios, which has produced Cloud CMA and Nudge (the latter in collaboration with 1000Watt). We also have some cool native applications from DreamCommerce and REcake. On the mobile web application front, we have HomeFlare from RealtyPro Technologies. Enhancing listing content, we’re working with Welcommemat to bring their excellent video tools to the Spark Platform. Saving one of the best for last, Contactually is offering integration with the Spark API contacts service for their very cool social CRM system.
We’re very excited to be working with all of these developers and look forward to seeing you in Orlando!