Bangalore: Mindtree, a leading digital transformation and technology services company, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Realogy to support the company’s continuing digital transformation initiatives over the next five years. Through this partnership, Realogy Holdings Corp. (NYSE: RLGY), the largest full-service residential real estate services company in the United States, has expanded its relationship with Mindtree to leverage its digital, data, and technology expertise.
Headquartered in Madison, N.J., Realogy provides integrated brokerage, franchising, mortgage, title, and settlement services to hundreds of thousands of global independent sales agents.
“Mindtree’s commitment to Realogy has created a strong historical partnership,” said Dave Gordon, Realogy’s Chief Technology Officer. “This is why it is exciting to expand and extend this relationship to more broadly leverage Mindtree’s leadership, talent, experience, and best-in-class support for Realogy’s products.”
As directed by Realogy, Mindtree will introduce digitally enabled technologies in areas such as application development, managed services, infrastructure support, and testing services for Realogy. Further, Mindtree will leverage Digital Pumpkin, an interactive space where multi-disciplinary teams can ideate and create meaningful digital business solutions to support business innovation ideas that will help drive significant operational and application cost savings.
“We are delighted to be chosen by Realogy as a long-term strategic technology partner for their digital transformation drive,” said S. N. Subrahmanyan, Vice Chairman, Mindtree. “With technology offerings being an increasingly important differentiator for real estate services companies, we are excited to assist Realogy in its next phase of platform development. We look forward to helping Realogy achieve its business objectives and help better equip Realogy’s affiliated real estate brokers and their independent real estate agents with tools to enable them to maximize their productivity.”