A new tool has been launched to help agents find their way through the proptech jungle.
UniScore helps prospective purchasers find out more about the firms selling the products, so that they can assess the risks and opportunities of buying software from any given vendor.
UniScore is launched by proptech marketplace Unissu, with all scores and views generated by the 100,000-plus community.
The tool shows every vote cast over time for companies which are categorised as Agile, Growth, Established, or a Star.
As more votes are registered and the companies evolve, the scores and descriptions are updated dynamically.
Anyone can vote, and the more votes received, the more helpful the information becomes.
Unissu co-founder Eddie Holmes said: “Ever since we launched Unissu, with the mission of connecting buyers and sellers of proptech we have heard consistently from those buyers how hard it is to understand the stage that proptech companies are at. Without some data to support decisions, this makes buying the right solutions much riskier.
“That’s why we have released UniScore. We want to give the property industry hard information on which to base their decisions.
“Combined with our totally free-to-use and time-saving procurement service, Unissu now offers an end-t0-end experience to understand, find, shortlist and buy proptech for the entire global property industry.
“Combined with our upcoming Connect initiative – the equivalent of TED talks for real estate – we believe these tools deliver superb value to any property professional who is interested in what technology means for their companies or careers.”
Andrew Stanton, CEO of Estate Agency Insights, said: “I am pleased to support UniScore as part of the broader Unissu mission, and plan to make it an integral part of our services.
“Innovation is all about applying unconventional means to solve challenges. Unissu is exploring new ways to help agents and the wider property industry all around the world.”