Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies, a supplier of real estate brokerage management software, named Rob Overman its new chief technology officer.

Overman brings 15 years of real estate technology experience to Lone Wolf.

“The very nature of how we design, build and deliver software for the real estate industry is evolving,” Overman said. “Lone Wolf is uniquely positioned to lead this evolution and I am very excited to be part of such an innovative team.”

Overman has experience in software development, team management, product development, public records data services, listing data aggregation and mobile application platforms.

“Our growth over the last several years made this the right time to bring Rob onto the team,” said Lorne Wallace, CEO of Lone Wolf . “With nearly 10,000 real estate offices using Lone Wolf software across North America, his experience in the industry, knowledge of real estate software and his vision for future growth aligns with ours. Adding a CTO of Rob’s caliber reinforces our commitment to investing in our software solutions and the technology infrastructure of our brokerage clients.”

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