Dottid, a commercial real estate (CRE) asset management and leasing transaction platform, announced today that it is partnering with the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program, according to Real Estate Weekly.
The Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program is a solution that consolidates partner programs to help develop simplified solution approaches in an attempt to help companies distinguish themselves and provide better customer service.
Dallas-based Dottid says the partnership will add key insights and analytics, provide automation of its processes, and enable the company to augment its existing CRE real estate services.
The move seems like an attempt by Dottid to spread its successful SaaS platform to a larger audience, following a number of other partnerships recently announced by the company. The platform provider previously announced integrating with Altus Group’s ARGUS Cloud platforms, in order to provide “direct, real-time, and easy-to-access data.”
It also recently partnered with notable name in real estate, Lincoln Property Company, to expand its geographical reach; this partnership is notable considering it is one of the first times that a large-scale firm has made a significant investment in a CRE SaaS tech platform, according to REW.
In addition to that partnership, Lincoln Property Company also led Dottid’s most recent $4.5 million fundraise.
Dottid says joining the program also enables the company to contribute to local and nationwide sustainability goals, due to the data being stored on a carbon-neutral cloud.
“Dottid is beyond proud to participate in this elite Google partnership program. Google’s infrastructure and its ability to help grow and complement businesses is virtually unparalleled across any industry, and I have no doubt that our collaboration will lead to Dottid fully capitalizing on the momentum we have worked hard to build over the past few years,” said Dottid founder and CEO Kyle Waldrep.
This news and list of partnerships follows Dottid’s previous recent $4.5 million seed round fundraise in May 2021 led by angel investors Kevin McManus (former head of SAP North America Services), Matthew Morris (former CEO of Stewart Title) and Steven Bean (Member of Mortgage Bankers Association’s Commercial Board of Governors).
The company also raised a $3.9 seed round in early 2020.
In other recent proptech news, Realeflow announced partnering with Clever Investor and “Triple Digit Flip” show runners Jamil Damji and Pace Morby. Local Logic also announced a strategic partnership to bring location insights to Coldwell Banker Bain.