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Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies names Patrick Arkeveld president

Brings vast experience in technology sector

Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies, a provider of residential real estate software, announced the appointment of Patrick Arkeveld to the position of company president.

Arkeveld’s appointment took effect on July 13.

Arkeveld brings years of experience in the technology sector to his role with Lone Wolf.

In his career, Arkeveld moved up the ranks at Jonas Software, a division of Constellation Software Inc., from managing director of international operations to director of operations to president in a four-year span.

Arkeveld’s experience at the presidential level for both Jonas Software and the Canadian Ski Council will help lead Lone Wolf’s growth strategy, the company said in a release.

Lorne Wallace, the CEO of Lone Wolf, said that the company is excited to welcome Arkeveld.

“We’ve experienced a significant amount of growth over the past several years and we’re looking forward to continuing that momentum with the guidance and support of our new president,” Wallace said. “Patrick’s experience and knowledge of operational growth for mid-sized technology companies is a huge asset to Lone Wolf and will help leverage us to our next level of success.”

Arkeveld shared in Wallace’s excitement.

“I’m excited to be joining such a dynamic team with such an impressive track record,” Arkeveld said. “My focus will be on helping to ensure we have the right infrastructure and foundation in place to support our continued growth in to the future.”

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