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Meaningful vote? Scoring system launched for UK’s growing proptech sector

Marketplace Unissu says estate agents will soon be able to find out what the industry thinks of the 700+ proptech firms active in the UK.

Nigel Lewis

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Proptech marketplace Unissu has launched a reviews and scoring system for the 700 or more tech companies and platforms active within the UK, a sector which is growing fast.

A hundred proptech firms have established themselves within the UK over the past 12 months, figures from Unissu show.

Sales and lettings agents can now use its reviews system to appraise a proptech firm before using its services. It also enables anyone to review and score a company based on both its track record and current performance.

For example, maintenance and repair reporting platform Fixflo has been give ‘star’ status by voters so far, as has lettings tech firm Goodlord.

“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,” says Unissu Co-founder, Eddie Holmes (above, left).

“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-to-end experience to understand, find, shortlist and buy proptech for the entire global property industry.”

Unissu was set up two years ago by Holmes and James Dearsley and in December 2019 raised £500,000 to develop the business, which helps estate agents and other property firms around the world procure proptech services.

January 16, 2020

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  1. A single compass to plot if you are on the correct tech path, as always Eddie & James and Unissu leading the charge in collaborative and innovative ideas. What better way to judge the merits of products, than the comments of your peers and those using the tech.

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